London group Acrobatix uses a distressed-style typeface and a haunting photograph on this poster for Amnesty International UK, to convey the severity of the conditions children face in war-torn areas. It forms part of a print campaign intended to increase awareness of the issue. The image was taken by freelance photographer Jenny Matthews. The campaign launched this month and includes a gatefold leaflet and a T-shirt, also designed by Acrobatix.
Queens of Industry runs until 2019 at Leeds Industrial Museum, and tells the stories of working women who acted as industrial ambassadors for Britain throughout the 20th century.
Architectural practice JaK Studio has created the installation, which is part of a local competition aiming to bring more tourism to the coastal area.
The tabloid has replaced the Berliner format, a new masthead has rolled out across all platforms and there’s a new pared back design offset with a colourful navigation system.
Originally designed as an affordable means of ensuring that water supplies last longer in refugee camps, Bottleshower has now been adopted by the police in response to the increasing number