All the latest moves and changes across the design industry.
The new typeface mimics the “stencil feel” of its predecessor and was designed to better align with the new kit design.
A new logo and typeface uses the abstract forms of Bocci’s designs, while a shifting colour palette references its studio’s “free-flowing” creative culture.
The designers explain how an updated logo, “popping elements” and bespoke illustrations aim to better represent Fanta’s offering.
Designmap’s spatial design uses a change in colour to communicate a shift from fiction to the bloodier, bleaker reality of piracy.
Robot Food’s illustration-led identity for Goldmine Gummies moves on from cannabis cliches to focus on the idea of “good old-fashioned fun” for adults.
A tactile suite of photography reveals the “highly evocative and visceral pull” of pottery making throughout an identity reflective of the whole Wedgwood offering.
Tartan’s grid pattern not only influenced the layout of the exhibition but also its bespoke typography and exhibition campaign identity.
The wind-up flashlight kit was developed with Pentagram industrial designer Jon Marshall and through regular workshops with its intended users.