As part of our series exploring countries’ design cultures, we explore how Brazil’s politics of the past and present are affecting design, and how young designers are forging their own visual culture.
Swedish branding studio Happy F&B has designed the new look for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, making use of the author’s manuscripts.
Boke has been designed by Skep Studio and aims to bring the “joy of limited edition, scarce products accessible to people who don’t have hundreds to spend”.
MassiveBASS aims to help brands create sonic logos that are “scientifically proven to leave a memorable impression”.
Design Bridge New York has created the new look for the Michigan-based craft beer, with both Dutch and American inspirations.
The new design honours the achievements of the WWII codebreaker and “confirms his status as one of the most iconic LGBT+ figures in the world”.
National Museums Liverpool is looking for a multi-disciplinary team to transform part of the UNESCO Heritage site into a “stunning leisure and cultural destination”.
Otherway’s “nostalgic” rebrand of the hyperlocal delivery start-up takes cues from traditional marketplaces and shop signage from around the world.
A total of 10 teams have been commissioned to turn their ideas into a reality, with Assemble, Nelly Ben Hayoun and a host of freelancers included in the line-up.
We explore the country’s creative landscape by looking at two of its design centres: Barcelona and Madrid.
The founder and lead shareholder of Elmwood reveals why now was the time to split up the consultancy, and what direction he and colleagues are going in now.
The designer has teamed up with statement jewellery company Tatty Devine to launch a collection inspired by her most recent works.