The Northern Creative Corridor aims to “unlock the huge potential of the creative industries across the North of England” by nurturing existing “pockets of creative genius”.
Designed by Two Times Elliott, Paist’s identity features a modular typeface that works in tandem with a bright colour palette and abstract 3D forms to create a unique brand system.
Design leaders and tax experts react to a Statement which promises to “cut taxes and reward work” to achieve growth – but may not be investing in the right tools.
The new trophy design should be “distinctive” and reflect “the new modernised King’s Awards” while using sustainable materials and retaining the traditional crystal element.
The protected areas of land have a new identity system that allows each location to have its own personality while remaining part of “a living patchwork”.
Kieron Lewis designed the New Brownies’ Book, by Karida L Brown and Charly Palmer, mixing century-old content with new writing and art to inspire a new generation of Black families.
Design industry names, including Neville Brody, Marina Willer and Minnie Moll pen open letter to the Chancellor blasting the “damaging impact” of funding cuts.
Whether your designer friend is big on sustainability, wine tasting or knitting, there’s a creative gift in here for everyone.