Restaurants, lounges and bars have been designed to “capture the spirit of West ham” and its East London roots, while making some concession to the athletics, which will also take place at the stadium.
Graphic designer, digital designer and illustrator Greg Bunbury has worked his way across the industry over the years after cutting his teeth at Interbrand. His proudest moment was when he realised that design has the power to elicit positive social change.
In his latest Four Corners interview, Jon Daniel talks to Bunbury, who reveals that his biggest challenge over his career has been a personal one – “Getting good at what I do”.
Smart kettles which can monitor the activity of the elderly, and a new material created from discarded feathers in bird farming are among innovations celebrated in the RSA Student Design Awards.
The Peace Corps has unveiled a refreshed logo and brand, designed to inspire a “mission-driven” audience of millennials, to “change lives the world over”. The Peace Corps is a volunteer programme run by the US Government helping people outside the United States to understand American culture, and helping Americans to understand the cultures of other countries. This […]
Design studio Spin has unveiled a dramatic new look for the legendary London nightclub and independent record label Ministry of Sound.
Multidisciplinary teams are being asked to compete for the chance to design installations for 17 London bridges between Albert and Tower bridge.
Events company Live Union rebranded with “i” used as graphic device to show how connections are forged between stakeholders.
Agency Mother Design has developed an interactive sales experience for potential buyers interested in the late architect’s designs.
Checkland Kindleysides has created a new store concept for UGG footwear, which is its “biggest re-launch in 37 years.”
British Steel announced its return by unveiling a completely new brand after deciding not to revive the David Gentleman-designed logo.
Freelance illustrator Ben Tallon wants designers to stand up for themselves when being asked to work for free, particularly when companies which should know better are involved.