Norway-based consultancy Melvær&Co has rebranded a local beer festival as the People’s Republic of What’s Brewing to reflect the country’s strict alcohol laws, taking inspiration from Soviet era propaganda designs.
We took a visit to the 13th edition of the festival, which takes place annually in Eindhoven, and explored its array of exhibitions and installations.
The Co-op Digital service designer shares his thoughts on how a good piece of service design is like a transport system “taking you on a journey”.
We celebrated the life of Jon Daniel and a new report found designers “work for free on Fridays” – the news from the last seven days.
The Crafts Council project is in its third year, and will see hands-on workshops take place country-wide on 3D-printing, drawing, coding, embroidery and robotics.
The new exhibition from non-profit tech organisations Mozilla and Tactical Tech looks at how our personal data is used and sold by companies on a daily basis, and offers visitors
The architectural practice has been chosen following a competition to design a new Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre in London, for its “visually arresting” and “sensitive” concept.
A senior Conservative MP is campaigning to ditch the political party’s “broccoli”-shaped logo and replace it with a ladder to represent workers’ rights.
Consultancy SomeOne has worked on the typographic identity for the spy museum, while the interiors have been designed by architectural practice Adjaye Associates.
A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum shows the graphics and prints of female designers who have been “criminally neglected”, curator David Bownes tells us. Now, contributors tell
Bulletproof’s redesign of Pizza Express’ supermarket range and Sadler’s Wells Theatre’s new membership materials are both included in the 54-strong shortlist for this year’s awards.
We recently wrote about a long-lost Albanian alphabet, discovered by a university student from Kosovo. Now, typographers and graphic designers tell us about their favourite scripts, from Arabic ones