The Allotment has rebranded sportscar manufacturer Radical Sportscars introducing a flexible R mark in the shape of a racing track.
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Abstract includes interviews with the likes of Pentagram partner Paula Scher and architect Bjarke Ingels.
The identity for the Orchestra’s 2017/18 season is based on its original conductor logo, also designed by the consultancy, and features a series of animated films by Tobias Gremmler.
A new crest for Juventus FC, a new logo for Mozilla and the effect of Theresa May’s Brexit plans on creatives – the important design news from the last seven days.
The logo was designed by Johnson Banks and chosen based on public feedback, a project which aimed to demonstrate Mozilla’s advocacy for an “open and accessible” internet.
Crest redesigned from scratch as club sets its sights on becoming a global brand operating in new markets and sectors.
The rebrand is based on the concept of “humanity’s infinite storybook”, and focuses on the cable channel’s visual identity and tone of voice.
Last week, we wrote about Birkbeck, University of London’s new graphics, which – like so many university rebrand projects – has received mixed reviews, with some criticism. Now, designers tell us about the most challenging projects they’ve worked on.
The Design Week Awards is back with a bunch of new awards alongside old favourites to recognise the growing breadth and integration of the industry. It’s time to get entering.
The new identity looks to clear up confusion about what the speech and sign language programme does, and centres on a graphic hand symbol.
Studio Output has given BBC Three a new colour palette, suite of illustrations and refined the logo, a year after it revealed a drastic rebrand.
A brand refresh for BBC Three, and a smart scooter aimed at keeping older people healthy – the important design news from the last seven days.
Consultancy Baxter and Bailey has designed a new brand identity for media agency Threefold. Threefold plan and manage brand campaigns for retailers, aimed at shoppers. The new identity is “playful”, says Baxter and Bailey co-founder Matt Baxter, and based around the “rule of three”. This aims to symbolise the company’s focus on three areas – […]
Branch has designed the identity for Cambridge Open, Cambridge University Press’ peer reviewed open access content publisher. Following on from its work on the Cambridge Core and Cambridge Elements identities, Branch has adopted a colour palette that is used within the University of Cambirdge’s guidelines, and has used LL Brown as the lead typeface. The […]
Consultancy JKR has rebranded footwear brand Butterfly Twists, giving it a new, angular butterfly logo. JKR says it has given the brand a “more minimal, graphic icon” with four “twistable variations”, and the logotype has been updated to a “modern, geometric style”. Alongside the rebrand comes a new packaging design and a new colour palette […]
Dn&co has worked on the new brand positioning for architectural firm FaulknerBrowns to coincide with its 55th birthday. The update also includes a redesigned website, incorporating black and white photography throughout in order to give it a unified look.
JDO has designed a range of craft beer packaging for Marston’s Shipyard in a bid to add “craft appeal”. Part of the brand task was to clearly differentiate the IPA and APA variants to aid consumer navigation of the range. Malcolm Phipps, JDO design director says: “We’ve rooted Shipyard back into the craft category and […]
Brand consultancy Music has rebranded biannual menswear showcase London Collections Men, renaming it London Fashion Week Men’s. The new logo features a bold, sans-serif typeface which is an adaptation of the existing London Fashion Week logo, positioning the two events alongside each other. Music also designed a new layout for collateral materials, which use a […]
SomeOne has created the brand identity for problem skincare company, D.Thomas, coming up with the brand name and designing the accompanying visual assets. The visual identity is inspired by the beauty brand’s light treatment therapies, with a colour system and graphics based on a Union Jack-like spectrum of light, to represent the company’s origins.
Mr B & Friends has rebranded employee benefits provider TechBenefits, with a refreshed identity, tone of voice, colour palette and visual language. The new identity features a jumping man icon, based on its previous marque, and a brightly coloured, pared back design. Mr B & Friends has also designed a new website for the company.
Hills Design has rebranded natural and gluten-free snack food company Primal Joy, creating a new visual identity and packaging for the brand. The consultancy created a heart symbol to help convey healthiness, which incorporates the company’s initials. Hills Design says it combined this symbol with a “strong, clean” typeface and white background, alongside “splashes of […]
Consultancy Tann Westlake has rebranded the Body’s Shop’s charitable organisation to Revolution in Kindness. Previously called the Body Shop Foundation, the organisation was founded in 1989 and has donated over £24 million to nearly 3,000 charities worldwide which aim to promote positive social and environmental change. The new brand design features rough wall textures and […]
Dotdot is a new universal code language, which aims to let consumers use connected home products – such as smartphone app-activated heating and alarm systems – made by different brands with ease.
Graphic designer Ben Bos shaped and influenced the Dutch Design scene for over 50 years and his work will be remembered for its “clarity, simplicity and functionality”.
From a new look for Birkbeck, University of London to the upcoming 12-sided £1 coin – we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
Pentagram partner Domenic Lippa says the tweaked logo, refreshed colour palette and new advertising campaign hopes to make the university’s visual look “more modern” and “less austere”.
As part of our series on the future of design in 2017, Brand Union executive creative director Paul Cardwell looks at what will happen in branding over the next 12 months.
This month, you can explore the magical world of the Moomins and read about the illustrious history of the Design Museum.
Design Week rounded up the best stories of the year, and the English National Opera rebranded – the important design news from the last seven days.
The visual look of the opera company has been redesigned by Rose, with the hope of boosting revenues after Arts Council funding cuts.