From an immersive rendering of King Kong to a map that breaks down the UK into 1400 songs, these are some of our favourite studio projects from November.
The latest news, analysis and opinion on visual identities, rebrands and logo design, from sports brands to start-up tech companies.
Established in 2002, the Mooncup was the first menstrual cup on the market – a brand overhaul from Bluemarlin looks to strengthen its position as an “ethical pioneer”.
Market value is set to reach almost £1 billion in the next five years, but experts say careful design is needed to ensure products don’t suffer from preconceived negative associations
Dutch design studio Clever Franke developed the “data-driven” identity for the singing competition’s 65th anniversary.
A restaurant redesign, visual update and revamped menu is being rolled out with the aim of reversing the burger chain’s fortunes.
Currently in the midst of a £18.1 million redevelopment project, the newly-named Museum of the Home has adopted a new, flexible brand, created by design consultancy dn&co.
The designer took to the stage at Design Manchester’s DM19 conference to warn against the “sans serification” of digital design and to champion the side hustle.
Monotype’s trend report identifies variable fonts, fonts which work across different alphabets and the death of the “monolithic brand” as the things to look out for in 2020.
Dutchscot designs wordmark inspired by planetary orbits while branding uses marbling to replicate look and feel of food
Our guide of what to catch at the Offset Dublin conference, which has just announced a line up including illustrator Laura Callaghan, Pentagram’s Rory Simms and Lego’s Jen Kronvold Frederiksen.
In light of the upcoming December election, we asked design experts to deconstruct the six main political parties’ identities and election strategies.
The designer recalls how a serendipitous event led to him designing the Labour Party’s rose and transforming its visual identity in the 1980s.
With both undergoing considerable image changes and integrating new digital tools over the past few years, Design Week explores the mission of bringing heritage organisations into the present day for
The project, which centres around an updated “WB” shield, aims to lay the groundwork for the company’s future ahead of its centenary in 2023.
The updated international logo is a “true reflection of the Dutch mentality” and is central to a brand strategy based around openness, inventiveness and inclusivity.
The redesign aims to attract “new, younger and more culturally diverse audiences” to the 118-year-old magazine, while avoiding confusion with The Times newspaper.
The previous branding for The B Team — which aims to make businesses more sustainable — was “dry” and “authoritative”.
The project, led by Here Design, focuses on the restaurant’s mission to promote ancient biodynamic agriculture, a type of ecological philosophy.
Labour Against Antisemitism aims to highlight the “rise of anti-Jewish sentiment in the Labour Party”.
From feminist activism to partnerships with high street stores, the adult retail industry is repositioning its identity away from seedy stereotypes, and toward the mainstream.
The troubled social media company hopes the rebrand will “better communicate” its services.
Microsoft has unveiled the latest logo design for its internet browser platform, which is still in beta mode.
The not-for-profit — the country’s biggest healthcare charity — also researches and advises on national medical issues.
From the meatball, to the worm and now Artemis, graphic designers at NASA have branded the face of space travel for decades.