Nike has produced a book to promote its community-based projects across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The Community Report is designed by Manchester consultancy Love, which won the project following a credentials pitch in September 2004. The design was produced on a ‘small budget’ and uses photographs supplied by Nike field workers, alongside sports-related illustrations from inner-city children in Berlin, says Love creative director Dave Palmer. The book is targeted at non-governmental organisations, corporations, political bodies and the public. ‘Nike wants to talk about its community sports projects to fight back against a “no logo” image,’ says Palmer.
Sweden-based studio Snask has created the identity for Axfood’s #Mat2030 campaign, which features a series of fresh food items arranged into different words.
Last week, publisher Oxford University Press Education was given a new look by Baxter and Bailey. Now, designers share some of their favourite examples of educational design.
F1’s logo, designed by Wieden + Kennedy last year, could face a copyright dispute because of its similarity to that of a compression tights brand owned by manufacturing giant 3M.
The games company’s Labo kit features flat-pack cardboard sheets that can be transformed into pianos, motorbikes and fishing rods when combined with the Nintendo Switch console.