We caught up with Pentagram partner Michael Bierut at Design Indaba where he compered the conference and announced the publication of his first full book How To, which is a “behind the scenes” look at projects he has led and worked on. He says: “Aspiring graphic designers should be able to extract some general principles from it and frankly it’s a tribute to the books that inspired me when I was a student – Graphic Design by Milton Glaser and The Art of Advertising by George Lois.”
The music streaming service appointed New York-based consultancy Collins to complete the refresh, which sees the palette expanded from two to 31 colours.
Graves, who designed the Alessi Stovetop Kettle, has died at his home in Princeton, New Jersey. Alberto Alessi hails him: “One of my most important maestros.”
Venturethree consultancy has created a new logo and visual identity for the video streaming website, which aims to make the brand more confident.
Problem of contamination “turned on its head” with a design by Renfrew Group International, which has created an impervious suit to keep microbiological organisms within.
Faye Toogood has designed the three-floor space, creating “genderless” sculptures and concealing clothing in a de-branded space.
With the House of Commons voting in favour of unbranded cigarette packaging, the companies say their brands will be compromised and that the legislation is an infringement of their intellectual property rights.
Gainsbury and Whiting, the production company that collaborated with McQueen on his catwalk shows has designed the exhibition.
In the follow-up to International Women’s Day last Sunday, we ask a selection of female designers about the biggest challenges they face in their work.
Amer has branded PR and advertising consultancy Semaphore London creating a logo form and a secondary visual language based on real semaphore flags.
John Barnett Design has designed the interiors for the new cafe in Hildenborough, which pays homage to the local community of the athlete’s hometown.