Dalziel and Pow has designed a new “auto boutique” showroom for new partnership Rockar Hyundai, which features 26 digital screens wrapping around the 187m2 space.
Back in 2012, there was much excitable chatter about a new magazine boldly named The New British – with a rather bold creative team behind it.
Technology giant Hewlett-Packard is planning to split into two companies, each with their own separate identities, according to reports.
Payday loan company Wonga is considering a rebrand and name change as it aims to limit damage after writing off more than 300 000 loans, according to reports.
Illustrator and printmaker Jonny Hannah has created a mysterious coastal town, Darktown inhabited by folk legends, jazz artistes, tattooed sailors and local action hero Rocket Man.
This month sees the opening of the Lakes Comic Art Festival – a three-day celebration of all things comic-based, in Kendal.
Brighton Photo Biennial returns this month, looking to Communities, Collectives and Collaboration for its 2014 edition.
The energy, prolificacy and omnipresence of music photographers is almost as impressive as the images they capture.
Fontsmith has launched a new licensing structure for its fonts and has overhauled its website, which has been redesigned by Taylor Thomas.
Ever wondered how many miles you’ve drawn?
The Golden Crown has been chosen as the design of the trophy for the Queen Elizabeth Prize 2015, designed by 20-year-old Euan Fairholm.
Holiday camp Butlins is on the hunt for a “strategic brand experience agency” to help align the brand with a new business strategy and create a new identity.