A round-up of this week’s news in brief
The Beautiful Meme has created the identity for the new AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards, founded by AXA PPP healthcare, the Design Museum and 2020Health.
Consultancy Dutchscot has created the identity for Hungry Worms, a book-sharing initiative that aims to create a connection between people living with dementia and the wider community around them.
Menswear brand Moss Bros is rolling out a new look across its identity and interiors – the result of a collaborative project between Pentagram partners Harry Pearce, Naresh Ramchandani and William Russell.
Publicis Groupe has acquired marketing services network Sapient in a deal worth £2.3 billion as it looks to build on a spate of high-profile acquisitions.
The Elmwood chairman talks to the DBA’s John Scarrott about building a successful design business.
Goodman Restaurants, which operates Burger & Lobster, has launched lobster roll restaurant Smack, turning to Graphicks for branding.
Our most-read stories of the week 1. The identity for the 2018 World Cup in Russia has been unveiled – a logo that references the Sputnik spacecraft and Russian icon art techniques. 2. Convenience retailer Nisa says sales of its own-brand range have jumped by 52.6 per cent following a rebrand in June. 3. Billed […]
M&C Saatchi has designed the Penny for London brand, which will allow passengers to donate money to charitable causes when they make a contactless payment on the London transport network.
This week I visited the site of the Design Museum’s future home in Holland Park, west London.
Consultancy Together Design is launching an online shop, which will stock products created by the studio over the past ten years, as well as sourced objects by a series of designers.
The $20 million (£12 million) legal battle between typography superstars Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones has ended in a settlement, the pair have announced.