‘Helvetica is the shift worker and the solo entertainer of typefaces,’ writes Lars Müller in the preamble to Homage to a Typeface, his cornucopia of design uses and abuses from
Hudson Fuggle has created a promotional campaign for University College London, as the college moves to reverse a decline in students taking chemistry degrees. According to UCL chemistry department resources
Sheffield-based Vertebrate Graphics has created an identity for Swiss-based The International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation.
Coley Porter Bell has been appointed by cider-maker Bulmers to refresh its Bulmers’ Original brand for an end of summer launch.
Edinburgh-based group Pure has created a visual identity and brand guidelines for The Care Commission, the organisation that regulates care services in Scotland.
Cog Design has created a brochure for the London International Summer School. The work is published this week.
The Shadow Light, the latest creation by Dutch designer Tord Boontje, is previewed at the Go Dutch exhibition at the Applied Arts Agency, Exmouth Market, London EC1, from 22 May
Typography’s illustrative potential has existed almost since man began to write, says Jim Davies
The next Packaging Solutions Advice Group event takes place on 5 June at 6.30pm. The motion This House Believes That Creative Value Comes in Small Packages is argued for by
All areas of creative media are invited to submit interpretations of the theme Fusion by 30 June. A show featuring the winners takes place from 15-19 December. Contact: www.refocus-now.co.uk for
The Partners has refreshed Ford’s famous blue oval logo as the car group re-introduces its eponymous identity as its corporate logo. Since 2000, while vehicles maintained the blue oval badge,
Wheelhouse has designed two books – A Revolution In Kindness and Brave Hearts, Rebel Spirit – for Anita Roddick Books, the Body Shop founder’s own imprint. The consultancy designed formats,