As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we speak to Penguin Creative creative director Tim Lane about keeping the publisher looking and feeling relevant.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
We ask three food illustrators working in editorial, branding and television about their inspirations, styles and the recipe for good work.
A total of 30 book cover designs for The Night Manager, A Short History of Nearly Everything and Goodnight Mister Tom have been unveiled.
To celebrate ten years since the blockbuster BBC adaptation of the fictional detective, Royal Mail has released a range of Sherlock-themed stamps.
Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to a graphic designer at the Royal Mint about designing new coins, Paddington Bear and the value of
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.
The pandemic has forced fashion off catwalks and out of stores – this is how designers are helping move something famously tactile into the virtual world.
Plastic Free July aims to draw awareness to the plastic crisis and one studio project focuses on a hard-to-swallow element of the problem.
While lockdown continues to ease, we’ve rounded up the best design activities for August – both indoors and outside – including a newly-opened exhibition.
Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers investigates the “futuristic dreams” of the music genre and its impact on design, art and society.
This month we were enamoured with offerings from across the design spectrum, from minimalist signage and intricate book illustrations, to sleek lighting and bold large-scale installations.
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).
SomeOne’s identity for the charity has been designed with the youthful target audience in mind, with a refreshed tone of voice and visuals.
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.
Johnson Banks has created the new identity for the music conservatoire, which takes a more “forward-thinking” approach to its competitors.
Design studio Accept & Proceed and poet Tom Sharp have created the branding for a newly-established data consultancy group.
The new appearance looks to give the retail brand a more consistent and “ownable” identity across both physical and digital spaces.
The identity for the neighbourhood centres around a graphic “R” logo, which the studio says is designed to “almost disappear” when applied.