The new collection, which has seen African designers collaborate with Ikea designers, is set for a global roll-out in May.
Channel 4’s on-demand service has been given a new look by its in-house studio 4Creative and DixonBaxi, which centres around an “constantly moving” animated play bar that looks to represent
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Design studio Landor has carried out the packaging project, making the Kellogg’s logo larger and using a bowl of cereal as a “visual centre point” on each pack across the
The New York Pentagram partner has created a new identity for wedding planning service The Knot, which aims to be “more inclusive” of all genders rather than targeted at women.
The exhibition at the Isokon Gallery, which is part of a building that was once home to Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, aims to highlight Britain’s links to the creative movement.
Fictive Kin has created an app which broadcasts a live meditation at 3pm New York time every day and looks to create a “raw experience” that helps people “connect as
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Brandpie has carried out the rebrand, creating a new identity system which uses a “loud” colour palette and the charity’s own photo library, inspired by “the early days of AIDS
The proton beam therapy centre at the Manchester-based NHS trust is the first of its kind in the UK — design studio Music and illustrator Jane Bowyer have worked together
Artists and architects have worked together to create installations and structures for the show at the Whitechapel Gallery, looking at issues including restricted living space and the treatment of animals.
The Equality and Diversity Forum has been renamed as Equally Ours and given a new visual identity by Helen Holden Design, in a bid to relate more to everyday people