The Art of Lee Miller exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum follows Miller’s career, exploring her transformation from model and muse to artist. Designed by Marine Balliff at V&A Design, this poster for the exhibition, which opens on 15 September, uses brush strokes that hint at Miller’s talent as an artist, while the printing process conveys the same idea by using white on top of a black background.
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Brand consultancy Landor says it approached this wide-ranging brand identity with careful consideration about the current state of the country.
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“Cross-modal” transport, more inclusive design and identities that celebrate local heritage: what will the train station of the future look like?