Publisher Thames & Hudson launches a travel series next week entitled Style City. The Senate created initial concepts and Grade Design realised the concepts – designing jackets and refining visuals to create the books. Targeting a young, affluent audience the books are visually led, says Grade Design creative director Peter Dawson. ‘Photography [by Anthony Webb and Ingrid Rasmussen] is very important. We wanted to make the books as vibrant as possible,’ Dawson says. A series of ten books is planned, with London (cover and spread pictured) and Paris the first to launch.
The new identity for work sharing platform Reveal plays with imagery associated with secret societies to showcase the brand’s more open approach.
The London thoroughfare is to be redesigned with two pedestrian-only piazzas this year in an attempt to rival New York’s Times Square.
The V&A’s new permanent gallery, which tracks design from 1900 to now, aims to broaden the horizon with under-celebrated names and the help of Kim Kardashian’s selfies.
(Re)new supposedly requires 60% less packaging than the equivalent amount of water in bottled form, thanks to its five litre “bubble” concept.