Bruce Mau Design has been making waves with its new branding for wireless speaker company Sonos. We look at this and other logos that represent sound and movement.
The fourth edition of the annual Leeds Print Festival is set to kick off.
The Science Museum is commemorating the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill’s death with an exhibition looking at the scientific, design and technological breakthroughs which marked his tenure as a wartime and peacetime prime minister.
London’s City University is seeking to appoint design consultancies to a new two-year roster.
As a tribute to Wally Olins, who died last year, designer Jamin Galea is putting together an illustrated “Wall of Wally”.
Plenty of designers have rules about the types of companies they would never accept as clients. According to my (anecdotal) research, arms dealers, tobacco brands, gambling and online loans companies are most commonly on these “proscribed” lists. Maybe you have one yourself?
Our most-read stories of the week 1. Jacob’s biscuits is rolling out a new identity and packaging designs as part of a £10 million push to create a new “masterbrand” for the biscuits. 2. Google is scrapping Google Glass in its current form but the company says it will work on a replacement. 3. Coley Porter Bell […]
French designer Jean Jullien has illustrated his first children’s book Hoot Owl Master of Disguise, which tells the tale of a hapless young owl making his first foray into hunting.
The V&A Museum of Childhood is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by looking at how the character is both “a follower of fashion and a trend setter”.
Sebastian Conran Associates has launched a build-it-yourself 3D printer for use in the home, workplace and schools.
Microsoft has announced a headset, which can bring holographic experiences into the real world.
We ask a selection of experts their thoughts on how they define “branding”.