The data presented in all the charts derives from a questionnaire published on Design Week’s website, www.designweek.co.uk, from January onwards and highlighted in print and online. All readers and site visitorswere invited to take part and submit figures for the 12 months from January to December 2010. All figures published have been verified by an […]
C&G Partners has given the New York-based biomedical research institution a new visual identity that uses “vibrant” watercolour imagery.
As a new crowdfunder launches to reissue the Humanscale manual from the 1970s, we speak to the team behind the campaign about why keeping historic designs such as standards manuals alive is so important.
Burgerman is among artists commissioned by charity Artfelt to transform communal spaces in the hospital’s new wing, after Morag Myerscough redesigned its bedrooms in February.
Sea Design has led the rebrand, which looks to position the data company as “reliable” but also “contemporary and vibrant”.
Brand consultancy Studiomade has launched an online graphic design and art shop featuring its design team’s own risograph prints alongside a collection of designs by individual designers. The studio will also be paying for all of the initial production costs such as frames, meaning that the individual designers will be able to sell their work […]
Art critics Zoë Lescaze and painter Walton Ford have released a new book showcasing examples of paleoart dating from the 1830s up until the 1990s. The artworks featured in the book are modern interpretations of prehistoric creatures such as dinosaurs and woolly mammoths, and come in the form of paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, mosaics and […]
Napp Studio has worked on the design for a recent exhibition exploring androgyny and gender fluidity in Hong Kong popular culture. Ambiguously Yours featured 90 exhibits looking at gender representation in everything from Cantopop and fashion to film and graphic design. Grey was chosen as the main colour in the exhibition space, with the aim […]
Brand consultancy Notable has created a new brand identity for women’s lingerie brand Wacoal, which aims to appeal to the “modern, female customer”. The company produces lingerie and swimwear for customers across a “complete spectrum”, says Notable, to provide for “fuller-busted” and “fuller-figured” women. Notable gave four lingerie sub-brands owned by the company a new […]
White Bear Studios has designed the branding for Swordfish Works, a laser-cutting company and workshop, which “cuts anything from plastic to lychee fruit” for use in exhibitions and for custom patterns. The studio designed a visual identity the positions the workshop as “the A to Z of laser cutting”, creating a bespoke patterned alphabet demonstrating […]
Publisher Laurence King is set to release a colourful new card game, which tests the player’s knowledge of the art world. Guess the Artist is an art trivia game that asks players to identify famous artists from three visual clues. The illustrations have been created by Craig & Karl. Each card presents three images on […]
Department store Selfridges has launched a new campaign to support London’s nightlife scene, as an estimated 40% of music venues in the capital have closed over the last 10 years. Selfridges has opened the doors of its Ultralounge venue on the lower ground floor of the store for three months as a new space for […]
Tourism Ireland has launched a new tapestry-based campaign to highlight Northern Ireland’s role as a filming location for cult TV series Game of Thrones. Advertising agency Publicis London has created the campaign in collaboration with Tourism Ireland and HBO. Various artists from Jelly Kitchen have worked on illustrations for the 66-metre-long tapestry, which depicts key […]