An exhibition of posters by designers including Neville Brody, Airside and Pentagram (pictured), created for advertising publisher Don’t Panic, will run at the Aram Gallery in London’s Covent Garden from 30 March to 28 April. The 90 posters on display are drawn from Don’t Panic’s advertiser-funded ‘goodie bags’, which have been distributed to venues, clubs and bars for the past six years. The company commissions a poster for each pack.
As Design Manchester celebrates its fifth birthday, we pick out our top exhibitions to catch at the festival, including a tribute to the book covers of Mancunian literary legend Anthony
Atlas has created the branding for the new fashion label, which will also be contributed to by other industrial and product designers.
SomeOne has given The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple a new identity with a three-dimensional, winged horse symbol.
Pentagram partners Luke Powell and Jody Hudson-Powell have designed the latest campaign branding for the annual fashion week, in a bid to link it up with its two partner events.