The candles on the front of Amnesty International’s annual review represent the 115 countries with members in the organisation. Created by Cog Design art director Michael Smith, the image was achieved by placing the night lights on to the bed of an in-house scanner. Each candle was given an individual treatment and the flame was added at the end of the process. This is the second year Cog has handled the review for the international secretariat.
From a playful zine, to a “tribal” title sequence and “tongue-in-cheek” wine brand, these are the design projects that caught our eye in July.
London studio Among Equals has crafted the campaign, which takes inspiration from 1940s propaganda and reframes Churchillian language.
In-house design experts question the utility of portfolios when applying for jobs, instead preferring a more narrative approach with case studies where possible.
We’re rounded up the best things to see and do this month, from disability-friendly museum visits to navigating the post-grad years of design.