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.
The immersive installation by McDermott & McGough is also a functional secular safe space that can be used by the public for quiet contemplation or hired out for ceremonies.
This month, head to Manchester for a city-wide design extravaganza, delve into the world of Roald Dahl and read all about the history of graphic design.
Exhibitions, print fairs and a room full of giant bees are among our picks of the best events to get down to at this year’s Northern extravaganza.
As World Mental Health Day takes place this week, we speak to designers, freelance creatives and illustrators about their experiences of mental illness or issues, and ask