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The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
The intricacies of creative projects often pose access challenges for those who struggle to read – how can designers reconcile creativity with accessibility?
Swedish design studio Kurppa Hosk has worked with the DJ platform on its first identity update since 2012, which launches alongside its first-ever app.
Peter Blake: Collage incorporates around 30 typefaces – many bespoke or customised – in an attempt to create a playful approach to the artist’s work.
A total of 19 international illustrators have been brought together for the project, which aims to “represent, humanise and tell the stories” of Asian people.
Created by Studio Cronica for think tank Centre for London, Your Future London allows the city dwellers to have a say in the capital’s future.
Part of Coventry’s UK City of Culture celebrations, the film festival will launch this summer with the aim of turning “the whole city into a cinema”.
As the seltzer drinks sector becomes mainstream, design studios are tapping into ‘fauxstalgia’ and gender-neutral branding to appeal to a younger audience.
The project has been worked on via the studio’s philanthropic arm, the JKR Foundation, and aims to showcase the charity as “the leader it is”.
The studio has designed the cover for plant-based food brand Merchant Gourmet, and hopes the project will help change consumer food habits.
The brand consultancy’s update for Shelter takes the homelessness charity back to its early days of grassroots campaigning.
This year, the awards included three Black Pencils and touched on issues ranging from transgender and nonbinary rights to Black Lives Matter.
Looking back at the life of the British graphic designer, writer and photographer whose work impacted not only the design industry but also education.
Some of our favourite projects this month include illustrations for poet Thomas Hardy and a colourful basketball court in Canary Wharf.
The design studio has leaned into the community-focused elements of the organisation’s work with a “friendly” visual identity.
Derek&Eric has put Peppy the polar bear front and centre of the new identity, with details inspired by the brand’s 100-year-old design history.
The likes of David Shrigley and Chris Simpson have each recalled their favourite moment from the football competition, turning them into beer mats for charity.
Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street charts the rise of sports shoe, with exhibition design from InterestingProjects and graphics by Studio LP.
The London studio has created a 1920s-inspired visual identity and bespoke bottle structure for the latest line from Sacha Lichine.
The project has been in the works for more than a year, and includes a sensitive redrawing of the “iconic and truly loved” scribble logo.
The product and its branding are the brainchild of Wildish & Co design studio, and aims to bring the category’s branding “out of the 80s”.
A new exhibition at the Cartoon Museum reveals the history of 1980s graphic novel V for Vendetta and how its signature design endures today.
Designed with Made Thought studio, the future-facing look for the image sharing platform seeks to embrace “humanity” and resist tech clichés.
Finished just in time for museums to reopen to the public on 17 May, the project uses the “local details” of the poet’s work to form the visitor experience.