To celebrate ten years since the blockbuster BBC adaptation of the fictional detective, Royal Mail has released a range of Sherlock-themed stamps.
The latest design news from across the UK and beyond, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.
Big Motive has launched the country’s app in the hope of slowing the spread of coronavirus, incorporating “nudges” and a community focus.
Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed are developing a new online platform that will help designers to create guidelines and clients to follow them properly.
The ball design looks to tell a positive mental health narrative through its “fluid, organic graphic” which represents the “flow state”.
The branding for Critics’ Club – which places students from underrepresented backgrounds on art criticism courses – looks to appeal to this younger audience.
A new app developed by the technology company aims to put an end to “filthy” hotel TV remote controls and reduce the spread of dangerous viruses.
The VSS Unity spaceship has a range of “soft” interior features designed for weightlessness, as well as technology geared towards social media.
The gallery space dedicated to illustration has closed its site in Kings Cross and is regenerating a larger space in Islington, North London, which will now be known as The
Design studio Uncommon is behind the identity for the city, which will take up the City of Culture mantle in May 2021.
Bleached sees more than 40 designers and artists muse on their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
While the latest branch of the American military revealed a logo earlier this year, it already has an update (and new motto).
The UK’s arts and cultural sectors are facing an “existential threat” because of the pandemic, say MPs, but the government has been “too slow” to respond.
The biannual London design event and Chatham House are inviting submissions on issues from health to work from the international creative community.
The international consultancy has teamed up with Closed Loop and several US retailers to offer innovators a share of $1 million (£794,000) in funding for their ideas.
NB Studio has created the new branding for one of the world’s biggest media agencies, with a logo that looks to topple expectations.
This year’s winners include a Twitter-inspired take on freedom of speech and a boundary-breaking book cover, as well as work inspired by refugees.
SomeOne’s identity for the charity has been designed with the youthful target audience in mind, with a refreshed tone of voice and visuals.
Environmental charity Hubbub asked university students to tackle fast fashion, water waste and air pollution – these are some of our favourite efforts.
The new look for the brand aims to reposition it as “permissible treat”, and comes with a redrawn wordmark, rethought imagery and updated packaging.
The “forward-facing” brand identity for the Japanese car company includes an on-trend flat logo in an attempt to create a more “premium” appearance.
With students graduating into uncertainty this year, founder Stefanie Sword-Williams has devised a curriculum that promises to be “relatable and achievable”.
The annual festival has revealed the first of its line-up, which explores circular design and the possibilities of growing mangos in London.
Three months on from our first business impact survey, we once again asked readers how they were weathering the pandemic.
Johnson Banks has created the new identity for the music conservatoire, which takes a more “forward-thinking” approach to its competitors.