The identity for Shivering Mountain takes inspiration from the geological and botanical influences on the area, and introduces the world to the concept of “ginology”.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
The “next-gen” cereal brand has been branded by the graphic designer alongside illustrations from Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One.
The Scottish football club has a new visual identity, including a new crest, typeface, colour palette and range of assets tailored to digital platforms.
The Dutch beer company required a more united visual identity across its international markets, while also still adapting to local needs.
Design studio SomeOne has given the American restaurant chain a new identity in the hopes of making it a high street favourite.
Google-owned Waze has a new visual identity designed by Pentagram and its in-house creative team, which plays to the driving app’s social side.
Icelandic football has enjoyed a resurgence over the past few years, and now it’s been accompanied by a rebrand inspired by the country’s heritage.
Some of our favourite projects from the month include Anthony Burrill’s Covent Garden takeover and designers’ support of Black Lives Matter.
This year’s Pride Month was markedly different to previous celebrations – here’s how design was used to bring together a socially distant international community.
We look back at the life of American graphic designer Milton Glaser, famed for his I ♥ NY campaign work and Bob Dylan poster.
New York design studio ThoughtMatter is behind the updated look, with creative director Ben Greengrass having devised the original identity back in 2005.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
Designers for Netflix’s Glow, BBC’s Sherlock and HBO’s Succession reveal the secrets of a compelling title sequence, and why they matter now more than ever.
The new look has been led by Design Studio, and includes a revised colour palette, new graphic devices, an updated tone of voice and motion principles.
Yale, which sells a range of digital security products as well as traditional locks, needed a coherent global brand that balanced heritage and modernity.
The identity, which will be in place for the next three years, has been developed to “represent a range of countries and cultures, without resorting to cliché”.
London design studio Interabang has created the special range which celebrates more than 60 years of the world’s most famous spy.
Harry Pearce has designed a new visual identity for the London department store, including a typeface named for the shop’s founder.
Yesterday marks three years since the west London fire that killed 72 people in their homes – this latest work for Justice4Grenfell aims to get victims’ names back on the
Mammoth has created the identity for the tournament, the first world cup to feature men’s, women’s and wheelchair versions of the sport at the same time.
The fresh look for the cider brand comes complete with a bespoke typeface, redrawn wordmark, updated packaging and rethought brand communications.
Social media can be a boon to designers spreading messages during protest movements – but it also has its own set of limitations and complications.
We’re excited to announce the full shortlist for our awards below. Stay tuned later in the month for our winners showcase, which will be revealed here on the site as
The studio’s branding aims to demonstrate visually how the data consultancy can sort out and clarify relevant data for its clients.