Oxfam campaign Grow

Wolff Olins brand Oxfam’s Grow campaign

Wolff Olins has created the identity for the new four-year Oxfam campaign Grow. The campaign, which launched yesterday, calls on governments, businesses and consumers to tackle problems which threaten the

Portland redesigns media agency interiors

Portland Design is redesigning media agency Arena Media’s interiors, creating a new studio space and developing a graphic suite for its office in London’s Bloomsbury. The consultancy was appointed in

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The stories of ourselves

Riding high on the tidal wave of interest in all things personal, some daring museums are providing a completely different take on what makes a suitable exhibit. John Stones seeks

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Tough and brutal

A long-running festival in the south of France is setting the standards for presenting photojournalism from a range of frontlines war zones, prisons, mental hospitals and, indeed, the underbelly of

Olivier Kugler

Win, lose or draw

Much like illustrator of the moment Noma Bar, Paul Blow’s doctrine is ’concept over style’, which he has allegedly claimed ’is the only way to overcome boredom and bleeding eyes’.

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Training zone

Despite the economic downturn and spending cuts, design and technology CPD courses have enjoyed a steady stream of custom. Emily Pacey explores the recent success of training courses and its

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Crunch time

Dragon Rouge has created new packaging designs for Nairn’s Oat Biscuits. The consultancy says it has used ’dark, rich’ colours to emphasise the ’full flavour and naturally energising proposition of

Greybox

City by the seaside

Essex-based consultancy Greybox has designed Southend-on-Sea’s bid document to gain city status. The creative includes a wave-shaped timeline pointing out key moments in the history of Southend, and is housed

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First look at London Design Festival 2018

This year’s week-long celebration of design will see installations by Kellenberger-White, Studio Frith and Waugh Thistleton Architects, plus a refined, “playful” visual identity by Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa.