Consultancy 101 has created a series of Kettle Chips packs from wood, glass and ceramics, as part of a campaign for the brand.
While retail interiors of the 1990s could be overly reverent, Carolyn Burke argues that stores became a lot more fun in the Noughties
I agree wholeheartedly with Jonathan Ford’s phrase ’creative bravery’ being the right approach to the challenging times we are in (Comment, DW 17 June). It is our role as creative
The debate about the logo in identity took a new twist this week with the launch of Johnson Banks’ bold branding for the Science Museum (see News, page 3), flouting
Chris Dercon, director of the Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany, has been appointed as the new director of Tate Modern in London. Dercon replaces former director Vicente Todoli.
It’s not hard to find something to enjoy this week – the sunshine, the World Cup (perhaps), Wimbledon or a festival. But if you fancy a more cerebral and imaginative
Builders’ or antioxidant, herbal or fragrant, tea is a drink of many guises. Sipped, slurped and revered, a cup of tea is appreciated across the globe, and drinking tea is
The tried and tested formula of slapping a movie poster on the cover was not an option when publisher Vintage decided to celebrate books that have achieved box office success
When it comes to museum retail it’s never enough to simply replicate the high street. The shop represents a cultural institution, so the environment and merchandise should have soul. As
Coy Communications’ advertising and design virtuoso has made an art out of following through his whims, describing his work as ‘a series of schoolboy jokes with a high-end finish’. Jim
Who would you like to have seen honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, and why?
Regarding your Voxpop (DW 10 June) relating to the major branding challenges the BBC faces following its strategy review, I feel that it needs to get itself out of the