Playful 3D typography is proving popular at the moment, partly because of the advertising world’s ongoing love affair with the quirky and homespun. Graphic designer and 3D type fan Stefan Sagmeister’s recent TV ad for Standard Chartered Bank features about ten different 3D fonts made out of ice, abacuses, kites, people and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTZIMe1KGp8 With […]
Ranch has rebranded employee-owned co-operative paper company Paperback, which has been selling recycled paper since 1983.
Rufus Leonard has appointed former Fitch global planning director Pearse McCabe to lead its integrated strategic brand team.
999 Design has created the 2010-11 season brochure for the BBC Philharmonic.
Glasgow-based consultancy Breeze Creative has branded drinks company Mayfair Brands and created identity and packaging designs for its London Dry Gin and English Vodka.
Dalziel & Pow has designed the interiors for menswear store Jackwalk in China.
Thomas Heatherwick is an inspired choice for the London Design Medal (see www.designweek.co.uk, 20 September). Not only is he, at 40, relatively young for the accolades he has so far accrued and so promises to be a role model for many future generations, but his design has a rare diversity that touches all creative points.
Family and Friends has created the identity, packaging and promotional materials for new popcorn brand Peter Popple’s Popcorn.
With the London Design Festival in full swing, an announcement was made last night of a partnership between the capital’s main design event and China’s inaugural Beijing Design Week, which will be held from 27 September to 3 October next year.