Manchester-based group Geo has designed a human-powered flying machine for the BBC. The machine, which will be used in the Birdman of Bognor event by a BBC children’s TV presenter, was designed on a limited budget and to tight timescales, according to Geo creative director Jeremy Offer.
The capital’s most prominent design festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
This year’s competition invited designers in training to revamp the cover of three well-known books across adult fiction, adult non-fiction and children’s literature.
The new branding centres upon a dynamic R logo, which intends to evoke the “gestural quality of a dancer in motion”.
The UK-based social organisation has a new name, five-year strategy plan and “dynamic, moving identity” system.