The two London-based design studios are joining forces to create WMH&I, in the hopes of widening its client base.
Summer is in full swing and the design projects that caught our eye this month are bright and colourful, with an exception that is literally out of this world.
The week-long annual awards for creativity has announced its design awards, with top prizes going to sustainable projects.
The Glasgow design studio has attempted to modernise the craft brewery while incorporating the brand’s Scottish heritage.
Design studio SomeOne has rebranded the museum group – comprising seven venues in the Liverpool area – in an attempt to renew its focus.
The illustrator, who has four books under his belt and clients like Little Mix and Drag Race UK, talks brands during Pride, developing his style and the importance of drawing
The new look for the two leagues has been developed by Turquoise branding studio, and will be used across broadcast, communications, stadiums and more.
From recharge days to Fridays off and flexible hours, we speak to studios about how they are rethinking the working week.
Design studio Koto has rebranded the social media platform – intended for those aged between 12-25 – with a focus on community.
The work is part of a £30 million project to restore the castle, and includes six new galleries, an outdoor interpretation and two immersive experiences.
The One Off has reimagined the brand’s central London outlet with AR installations and fixtures and fittings made of recycled mannequins.
Dalziel and Pow has sought to help the centuries-old London space shift from a traditional retail experience to the tea brand’s “true spiritual home”.