The design for the London theatre takes inspiration from the wall-painted typographic style found on many of the city’s historic buildings.
Adam Fennelow, head of services at the Design Business Association (DBA), talks about how focusing on staff development could benefit your business’ revenue.
The redesign by London-based studio, Article, is inspired by the club’s previous roundel crest from the 1970s.
The new logo alludes to the centre’s less well-known links to non-military related memorials, as well as the meaning of the word arboretum.
The designer previously created the Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio, and ran it until July 2016.
From a string of Adobe Creative Cloud updates, to a look at recent US presidential branding, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
Andy Altmann, founder at Why Not Associates, and Andy Stevens, founder at Graphic Thought Facility, are working with the art college alongside its students to create a graphic system that will be ever-changing.
Last week, Land Design Studio creative director Peter Higgins urged designers to protest against the decision to axe A-level art history. We ask designers which other non-design subjects have helped them get to where they are today.
We spoke to Vauxhall’s Mark Adams at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016 about the future of car design and getting into the automotive industry.
Kingsmill has been given a new visual identity by BrandOpus 18 months after its last rebrand, to help it keep up in the market as “sliced bread sales decline”.
The collection has been designed by The Chase, featuring illustrations of Christmas traditions by Helen Musselwhite.
Six shortlisted proposals have been unveiled for the Illuminated River design competition, which will see 17 London bridges between Albert and Tower bridge illuminated as part of a permanent light installation.