Polydor has commissioned Root to create the artwork for 16-year-old singer/songwriter Amy Studt’s debut album, False Smiles, which is due for release on 23 June. The consultancy has also designed
Sara Manuelli samples the mix of Italian cuisine and contemporary design that’s now on offer in the heart of British Establishment
Ireland’s two main Government-backed financial services institutions have cashed in on identities by Enterprise IG Dublin. The work comes as they aim to clarify their roles in the eyes of
Richard Clayton asks why Continuing Professional Development – an issue D&AD recently decided to raise – hasn’t been picked up sooner by the design industry
Hoop Associates has created the marque for Platform for Art, the public art programme for London Underground. The work will be applied to leaflets, posters, signage and banners.
The Royal Air Force is undergoing a major repositioning exercise likely to end in a re-evaluation of the organisation’s brand, Design Week can exclusively reveal. Working with the Central Office
Richard Clayton settles down with his popcorn to find out how cinema brands are differentiating themselves in an effort to create the ultimate experience
I am an avid follower of Design Week – especially its design pulse readings in among news and views. But I was dismayed to read two pieces that once again
Lateral has redrafted the website for Faber & Faber, which goes live tomorrow, as the esteemed book publisher encourages highbrow bibliophiles to browse on-line.
Gad Giladi of Giladi Associates in Brussels has been elected president of the European Lighting Designers’ Association.
Nick Ramshaw, former Pure Design business development director, has been appointed chief executive of Elmwood Scotland.
Williams Murray Hamm gives the next British Design & Art Direction President’s Lecture on 26 June at 7.15pm. Tickets are £10 for D&AD members and £15 for non-members.