Trickett & Webb launches its 2003 calendar next week, featuring illustrations by Peter Blake, George Hardie and Peter Grundy, among others. This year’s calendar is based on terminology that can be applied across both sporting and business situations, such as touch base and game plan, says Trickett & Webb designer Alistair Brown. (Hit the Mark by Yvonne Kushel and Go the Extra Mile by Sara Fanelli pictured.) Illustrators were given an open brief – each was given a choice of titles and the group only specifies which colours to use, adds Brown.
We speak to New York-based Pentagram partner Bierut about creating a more “consistent” identity for collaborative working tool Slack, retaining the “playfulness” of its beloved hashtag, and why the
Scanners that could eliminate the need to remove coats or shoes and machines that could mean we leave liquids in our bags were just some of the designs on display
As part of our series on design in 2019, Sebastian Conran, founder of his self-named studio, looks at what will happen in product design over the next 12 months.
The rebrand by Blast Design is centred around a logo with ligature-inspired lettering and a graphic device made of joined-up lines, to express the idea of “bringing people together”.