Snowboarding, Berlin and recycling are just three aspects of German life represented on Brighten the Corners’ posters and postcards designed to encourage British schoolchildren and students to learn German. The campaign is a follow-on from a similarly lighthearted project last year and is designed to play on the stereotypical view of Germans portrayed in the British press, with tabloid headlines and straplines. Thus Oliver Kahn, ‘Learn German (and let it all in)’ sits alongside Rottweiler ‘Learn German (it’s love at first bite)’. The work is launched in schools and colleges in April.
Research conducted into the diversity of the creative industries shows the sector on the whole to be hard to access for ethnic minorities, women and those from low-income backgrounds.
Japanese designer Kosuke Takahashi talks about why he decided to create a new typeface that incorporates braille and letters to cater for both blind and sighted people.
Returning to East London’s Old Truman Brewery, this year’s D&AD Festival boasts a line-up of speakers that includes graphic designer Craig Oldham and Pentagram’s Naresh Ramchandani. Here, we pick out
The annual Lexus Design Award, part of Milan Design Week, sees four finalists create concepts that aim to tackle world issues such as pollution, waste and recycling. We look at