Despite coronavirus-prompted cancellations, there’s still plenty to do this month from a Tom of Finland retrospective to a new Lego product.
With a focus on handcraft, the Glasgow-based design studio has reinvented the distillery-pub’s brand through a new logo, labelling system and artwork.
It has also been given a new visual identity, including wordmark, colour palette and physical materials, by design studio Touch.
The former Al Salam Palace was badly damaged and consequently abandoned after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 – it has taken Edinburgh-based Studio MB five years to complete
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not be using their ‘Sussex Royal’ in future branding, following news that they will become independent from the royal family. The name is currently
Nextstrain is a platform designed to facilitate the sharing of genomic data – here, Design Week speaks with two of its researchers about how it is tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
Supple Studio has rebranded talent specialists Gradcore with a visual language, including a bespoke font as well physical materials.
The world’s biggest furniture fair will now take place in June, as Italy reckons with the global virus outbreak, which has hit the north of the country.
The search is on to find an innovative obstacle avoidance sensor which could be included in a mechanical clockwork rover concept design, which NASA hopes will explore the planet’s surface
Design studio Reggie London has created new branding for Oxsight, a technology company that creates glasses which aims to help those with sight loss.
Design education, much like the wider industry, is lacking in diversity – here, Design Week speaks with some of the women who are working to change this through collective action.
Clwb Ifor Bach has been open since the 80s and now has a new identity, including logotype, typeface and design system for posters and flyers.