Typographer and graphic designer Sarah Hyndman, author of Why Fonts Matter, will be giving a talk this month about the power of typefaces in the punk era, part of the current Graphics of Punk exhibition on at the Museum of Brands.
We speak to Sarah about how punk democratised design, and why Snapchat is the modern-day equivalent.
The National Baby Boxes initiative is calling on students to design a box that will be filled with essential items and sent out to families across Scotland.
Dalziel & Pow has designed a Jaguar Land Rover space, which allows customers to try out different models and options across a series of interactive zones.
The Italian restaurant chain has a new name and a bright, redesigned graphic system which hopes to attract a “new audience” to eat there.
B&B has redesigned the packaging for Nestlé’s Special. T range of teas. The new packaging features an enlarged and isolated T – also seen in the logo – position on the front of pack, overlapping the imagery. Each flavour of tea has also been given a unique personality, using images ranging from a tiger wearing […]
The William Morris Gallery in London has announced an exhibition of Coralie Bickford-Smith’s book, The Fox and the Star. The exhibition will look at how the book was conceived and produced, with original illustrations, proofs and exhibits going on display for the first time. It will also explore the relationship between the book and William […]
Now in its fourth year, The Art of Ping Pong is hosting an exhibition and auction of bespoke ping pong paddles created by various artists and designers. Produced and curated by Algy Batten, the exhibition and auction feature works by the likes of Matt Blease, Jon Burgerman, Morag Myerscough and Alan Kitching. People will be […]
The Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BEAU) is being shown in the United States for the first time in an exhibition at The Cooper Union, New York. It features 22 selected projects from contemporary Spanish architects, showcasing large-scale image displays and audio-visual commentary about the winning projects, as well as drawing reproductions and architectural […]
Product design agency Factorydesign has taken a fresh look at the traditional bottle opener, designing one which can store up to 16 bottle caps. The bottle opener is designed to be used for parties or gatherings, where lots of bottles are being opened. To stop the bottle cap from falling on the floor, the BarWise […]
Children’s book publisher HeyWow – which creates personalised picture books for children featuring their name and photo – has released its first book, In The City. The book is designed to be a seek & find adventure, featuring 12 busy city scenes where the child has to search for themselves within them. In the City […]
MuirMcNeil has designed the visual identity for TypeCon, the convention of the American Society of Typographic Aficionados. The design is intended to be a flexible, modular system which works across a range of applications, using geometric typefaces and neon colours.
Studio Polpetto has created the branding, website, print and packaging for British artist Ruth Mulvie. It is the first project completed by the studio, which is a collaborative effort between designer Lou Eldon and interiors and lifestyle photographer, Simon Eldon.