Frank William Miller Jr.’s poster and graphics for the new Questlove-directed documentary look to the past but keep an eye on modernity.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
As part of our coverage of 2021’s graduate season, we’re spending five minutes with a selection of graduates from around the country to talk about their work, practice and plans.
Studio partner Marina Willer has reimagined a 1970s logo for the film magazine’s new look, which launches with four cover stars.
From a playful zine, to a “tribal” title sequence and “tongue-in-cheek” wine brand, these are the design projects that caught our eye in July.
The studio has crafted an Americana-inspired identity for Curative, which has administered almost two million vaccines in the past year.
As skateboarding makes its Olympics debut, designers discuss the creativity of skate culture and the art of great board design.
Designers who have made a name for themselves as part of a duo give their advice for ensuring a smooth, creative and business-oriented relationship.
The new Munich-based design magazine hopes to make a case for print through a playful use of typography, graphics and materials.
The Glasgow-based design studio has sought to inject personality into Cub’s visual identity with an animal-inspired logotype.
With the delayed Olympics finally set to begin this week, we take a look at the design elements of a Games like no other.
The Japanese graphic designer, known for his record sleeve work and art direction for Cut magazine, talks to Design Week as he launches his new book.
Thisaway’s sheep-inspired identity for the Snowdonia-based tour group adds a “deadpan” spin to the animal synonymous with the Welsh countryside.
As the south London area enters into a 12-year era of development, the studio has built a “future-proofed” brand influenced by heritage.
As chewers wise up to the plastic content in conventional gums, we speak to the designers in charge of defining a new visual language for the sector.
A new flexible place brand for the Norfolk and Suffolk regions hopes to support arts and culture organisations in the area.
A new editorial identity and website for the democracy-orientated organisation hopes to inspire action over apathy.
From Los Angeles to London, designers are hoping to energise urban life with poster campaigns, digital work and in some cases a complete strategy overhaul.
The new look for the sports retailer includes a bespoke typeface, triangle-based graphic pattern and in-store wayfinding.
Checkland Kindleysides has developed the identity for Morrow, the makers of glasses with lenses that can switch between near and far vision.
A new exhibition at Japan House London explores the design history of an historic Olympics, and its impact on the future of the country – and the world.
The central London venue’s courtyard will be taken oven by a musical installation that puts a twist on the classic fairground ride.
The festival returns for its 19th edition in September, with a more extensive programme planned than last year’s event, which was held in the midst of the pandemic.
The new issue of LogoArchive zine explores branding design in Renaissance Europe and makes the case for its influence on mid-century modernist designers.
The annual competition invites students to redesign the cover of three well-known books across adult fiction, adult non-fiction and children’s literature.