The London Transport Museum this week launches a revamped range of T-shirts and mugs, designed in-house. In a move away from the reliance on the standard use of the Transport for London logo, the products feature reverse silhouette formats of various transport-related images, including the Docklands Light Railway, the Underground and streets. A spokeswoman says the designs represent a conscious effort to move away from the ‘anorak’ feel of London Transport Museum merchandise to a ‘trendier’ image. The T-shirts are available from 12 March.
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Architectural practice JaK Studio has created the installation, which is part of a local competition aiming to bring more tourism to the coastal area.
The tabloid has replaced the Berliner format, a new masthead has rolled out across all platforms and there’s a new pared back design offset with a colourful navigation system.
Originally designed as an affordable means of ensuring that water supplies last longer in refugee camps, Bottleshower has now been adopted by the police in response to the increasing number