Signs for Peace: An Impossible Visual Encyclopedia, asks us the question, ‘Can one visualise peace?’
The centrepiece of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Olympic Stadium in Stratford will be able to accommodate up to 80 000 people throughout the Games.
Interbrand has created a new identity for NYSE Euronext, the body that operates the New York Stock Exchange and other markets.
Consultancies Creative Concern and O Street have been appointed to develop the name and identity for a new Manchester arts organisation being formed from the merger of the Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company.
Dragon Rouge has created the branding and packaging for Danone’s new Greek-style yoghurt Oykos.
We all know you should never judge a book by its cover, but this first release from new publishing house GraphicDesign& asks you to judge it by its first page.
Airport security has always been near the top of the list of UK design crimes, and recent events have only served to make it worse.
North has created a new identity for the Photographers’ Gallery, which is set to reopen in its new venue in London’s Soho later this month.
Consultancy Tourist has designed the cover for Keane’s fourth album Strangeland.
Already sick of limited-edition designs for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Ol*mp*cs? Then these alternative 2012 souvenirs could refresh your jaded palette.
Events as dramatic as near-fatal car accidents can really put things into perspective. For French glassmaker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, such an accident ignited a passion to become a ‘glass master’ – and during many months in hospital he read all he could about the practice.
Cogapp has been appointed to develop a new area of the Science Museum’s website which will do away with microsites and forge better search connections across the main website.