True North has created the poster campaign for the Imperial War Museum North’s first season of fine art exhibitions, which begins with Painting Caserta Red by artist Hughie O’Donoghue. True North’s challenge was to promote the museum as ‘a great place to see great art’, says creative director Ady Bibby. ‘The posters work on two levels. They’re recognisably military images with a reference to fine art. [For example,] the brush dipped in red paint can also be seen as a poppy,’ Bibby says. The event runs until January 2004.
The collaborative working tool, used by employees to chat and share projects, has a new “simplified” logo with a smaller colour palette, that does away with the brand’s characteristic slanted
Music has created a new look that aims to unify the brand, using a monochrome colour palette and a bracket framing device derived from the existing logo that lets imagery
As part of our series on design in 2019, Miraphora Mina, co-founder at design studio MinaLima, looks at what will happen in graphic design over the next 12 months.
Michael Johnson, founder at studio Johnson Banks, discusses whether the new branding, which drops the Mastercard name and keeps only its two overlapping red and yellow circles, will work better