Draught Associates is launching Visual Aid 2: You Can Never Know Enough Stuff, a follow-up to the earlier book Visual Aid: Stuff You’ve Forgotten. With graphics designed by the Draught Associates team, the book looks to answer questions including who actually stood on the grassy knoll, what animal lives longest – an elephant or a parrot – and who sits behind the clarinets and to the right of the trumpets? The book will be released by Black Dog Publishing on 4 September.
It has also been given a new visual identity, including wordmark, colour palette and physical materials, by design studio Touch.
The former Al Salam Palace was badly damaged and consequently abandoned after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 – it has taken Edinburgh-based Studio MB five years to complete
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not be using their ‘Sussex Royal’ in future branding, following news that they will become independent from the royal family. The name is currently
Nextstrain is a platform designed to facilitate the sharing of genomic data – here, Design Week speaks with two of its researchers about how it is tackling the coronavirus outbreak.