Our most-read stories of the week
1. Landor has created the new identity for the World Trade Center development in New York, with the new logo heavy with symbolism.
2. World Wrestling Entertainment has rebranded, unveiling a new logo, which is the fourth incarnation of the brand that started out as the World Wrestling Federation in 1982.
3. The Royal Bank of Scotland is rolling out a new high street look that sees the RBS mark replaced with a Royal Bank of Scotland logo.
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Image of the week
A new book reveals film poster designs created by John Alvin that never saw the light of day. We like the alternate poster for Jurassic Park.
Quote of the week
‘History is not the enemy. Always say what you mean, mean what you say, and never ask for permission.’ We asked Craig Oldham what advice he would give to someone trying to break into the design industry.
Our favourite website
There’s a great tribute to designer Deborah Sussman, who has died at the age of 83, over on Creative Review.
Design stories in the national press
The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures will reveal how to ‘hack your home’, says the Guardian.
The Telegraph is beefing up its visual journalism offer by poaching four designers from The Times, reports Press Gazette.