This month you can read about the graphic design history of North Korea, check out a new design festival in Bristol and visit the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition
Greenwich design district was revealed, Apple and Google were voted the best global brands and Dyson confirmed it is developing an electric car – the news from the last seven
The consultancy has designed a new visual identity filled with “contrasts” to represent the homeless charity, which is attached to a private members’ club.
Other technology companies including Microsoft and Samsung make up half of the top 10 spots in this year’s Interbrand Best Global Brands report.
The new South East London design quarter will open in 2020, and aims to counter the fact that the capital has lost “one third of its creative workspaces” in the
Opening in Autumn 2018, the museum will look to explore the “impact, history and design” of posters from all over the world.
The engineering company’s battery-powered electric vehicle is expected to be on the roads by 2020, with a 400-strong team working to develop it.
A new book details the musings and doodles of a make-believe 19th century explorer, who illustrated animals he saw on his journey out of letters, numbers and punctuation marks.
The studio has also created an accompanying magazine for the Airbnb-sponsored children’s event, featuring brightly coloured dinosaur illustrations and fun activities.
The consultancy has rebranded the International Chamber of Shipping, the trade union for ship-owners, in a bid to make it more “modern”.
Benjamin Brush has been conceived by tech start-up BleepBleeps, and sees a colourful, ergonomic design inspired by children’s toys.
The eight briefs ask entrants to find design solutions for social, environmental and economic problems, including wellbeing in the workplace and pollution caused by non-sustainable packaging waste.