Organised with the museum and the Association of Illustrators, this year’s Secret London theme saw illustrators tasked to ‘depict little-known or unusual aspects of the capital’s history, culture, characters and communities’.
The winning illustration, which will appear as a Transport for London poster, is Finn Clark’s Temple Bar.
Second place went to Christopher King’s Pigeon Disco and third place to W4, by Guy Roberts.
Secret London is at the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2, until 10 December.
In the latest of our Design Week at 30 series, Anti Copying in Design chief executive Dids Macdonald reflects on a career which has taken her from interior designer to champion of intellectual property.
Bookseller Foyles has revealed its first ever stationery range, a series of four branded notebooks in different colours and paper types. The notebooks have been designed in-house and are made in the UK from sustainable materials, says the bookseller. They come in A6 and A5 sizes, and are available as a pocket notebook, a paperback, […]
DewGibbons + Partners has redesigned the packaging and branding for Marks & Spencer’s (M&S) skincare range Formula. The Formula word marque is now a sans-serif typeface, which aims to be “simple” and “elegant”, says the consultancy. Colour-coded bands are used to indicate different collections within the range, while the tone of voice has been adapted […]
Brand consultancy JDO has designed the branding and packaging for new craft beer Beau Nash, looking to the ale’s county as inspiration. The ale has been brewed by micro-brewery Moodley’s, based in Penshurst, Kent. JDO based the bottle’s design and name on 18th century Tunbridge Wells-based fashion icon – and gambler – Beau Nash, in homage to […]
A wheel-shaped magazine rack designed by Vladimir Kagan and Hierve has gone on display at Paul Smith in Mayfair, London. The Wheel, which is made from oak and red metal plate, pays homage to the London Eye and acts as a rotating home for eight double sided magazine racks. The piece is also available to […]
Designhouse has designed the visual identity for a new children’s charity, The SOL (Sports, Opportunities, Lives) Foundation, which aims to enhance the prospects of underprivileged young people through sport. The brightly coloured identity is inspired by Henri Matisse’s cut-outs, comprising a Venn diagram overlaid with the SOL acronym.
A Kingston University student has designed a bicycle made out of golf clubs in an effort to draw attention to his observation that golf club membership is in decline while the number of middle age cyclists is on the rise. Graphic design student Claum Ray says: “I started by purchasing a set of golf clubs […]
Mystery has designed the visual identity, packaging and interiors for healthy food kiosk, Grateful Kitchen, in London’s Canary Wharf. The stripped back identity alludes to the simple, Mediterranean style food on offer, with teal tiles and wooden stools used for the interiors.
Supple has designed the branding for Mobilloo, a mobile, attended changing facility for people with significant physical impairments. The identity centres on the “L” in loo, which is playfully designed to reflect the tail lift element of the vehicle.