The Team has created two educational booklets for the Home Office, designed to explain to under 17-year-olds the changes in the law following tomorrow’s reclassification of cannabis from a Class B to a Class C drug. The work, which will be distributed to schools, youth clubs and leisure centres, focuses on the message that, despite reclassification, the drug remains illegal. According to the Team partner Viv Wilcock, the group wanted to create something ‘that would engage very quickly and get key messages across swiftly and simply, in a friendly, direct and non-threatening way’. The re-classification acknowledges cannabis is less harmful than other Class B drugs, but supply and possession remain illegal.
Etienne Bardelli has created the graphics for a Chevrolet Impala and Volkswagen camper van, which move around the vast country collecting local people’s experiences to be shared online.
As part of our series on design in 2019, Katie Cadwallader, senior designer at Supple Studio, looks at what will happen in packaging design over the next 12 months.
The three-day design festival’s campaign for this year has been designed by Village Green and focuses on an eclectic range of colourful shapes rather than the pencil icon best associated
The collaborative working tool, used by employees to chat and share projects, has a new “simplified” logo with a smaller colour palette, that does away with the brand’s characteristic slanted