You may have heard London Underground described as many things, but chances are never as The Roots of the Empire. But that’s how Orlando Greenwood saw it in 1928. Now the Empire is felled, does that explain the crumbling state of LU’S roots? Greenwood’s Empire piece is one of four of his LU posters in an auction of nineteenth and twentieth century posters at Christie’s in South Kensington, London, on 9 February. FHK Henrion’s poster for Punch is also marvellous.
As coronavirus continues to affect the world, the United Nations is the latest organisation to recognise the important role creatives can play in relaying critical public health messages.
It is the first time that the sleek typographic logo, designed in the 1970s, has been used in almost thirty years.
Blood Cancer UK has a new name, logo as well as guidelines for tone of voice and photography, designed by Pentagram’s Marina Willer.
After promising earlier this week to “overhaul” the business support plan currently in place, chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed a key change to the scheme that should help smaller design