Stories of sexism in the industry, a £200,000 interiors redesign for the V&A Museum of Childhood and a nostalgic look at magazine The Face – the news from the last
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
Marina Willer has brought the travelling exhibition to life with colourful, storyboard style graphics, while Jody Hudson-Powell and Luke Powell have created a motion-controlled robot installation.
Pearlfisher has redesigned the restaurant chain’s packaging for its takeaway service, with the aim of making it take up less space and enabling food to be shared more easily.
As a new book is released documenting the rise and fall of youth culture magazine The Face under founder Nick Logan’s stewardship during the 1980s and 1990s, we speak to
Creative group Makerversity has organised an event series exploring 21st century protest, and how design can be used as a tool to influence people and spread ideas.
The designer was commissioned by the charity to create a linocut print of the 18th century bridge as part of a campaign to restore the world heritage site.
As part of a special focus on freelance designers, we share advice from industry figures such as Emily Forgot and Ben Tallon on how to be successful as a freelancer.
An app to identify fonts in photos, AIGA’s print magazine and the James Dyson Award winner – the news from the last seven days.
The Team has created the new branding for the anti-crime charity, which aims to disassociate it with other organisations such as the police in order to avoid confusion among the
WhatTheFont uses image recognition technology that enables people to discover what fonts are being used in real life, simply through snapping a photo of an object or sign.
The studio collaborated with illustrator Paul Davis to design the identity for Pernod Ricard’s specialist gin brand, which includes Beefeater and Seagrams.
To celebrate its 10th issue the creators of the biannual food magazine have launched an online shop featuring prints from its archive, along with illustrated tote bags and t-shirts.
Illustrator Jimmy Turrell has designed the record sleeve for Beck’s new album Colors, which can be customised with transparent prints to suit people’s different tastes.
The organisation has launched a quarterly print version of its online magazine Eye on Design, with its pilot issue being brought to life by Lebanese graphic designer Tala Safié.
The annual, secret auction will feature anonymous artworks from the likes of Peter Blake and Ben Eine, with all proceeds going to The Hepatitis C Trust.
Dutch Design Week, working overtime and illustrated ambulances on the streets of Sheffield – the news from the last seven days.
Foxall Studio has designed the branding for UK jewellery designer Castro Smith, which is inspired by his training in Japan.
This month you can read about designers’ relationships with the humble pencil, check out a series of talks from female creatives and visit the Northern Design Festival.
Design studio Tado has created fun illustrations to brighten up the insides of ambulances that transport young people to hospitals around South Yorkshire.
The branding has been created by Supple Studio, and is centred around the theme of “immersive science”.
The It’s Pop It’s Art print series features visual interpretations of much-loved musical classics, by the likes of Cyndi Lauper, Marvin Gaye and The Clash.
Norway-based consultancy Melvær&Co has rebranded a local beer festival as the People’s Republic of What’s Brewing to reflect the country’s strict alcohol laws, taking inspiration from Soviet era propaganda designs.
We took a visit to the 13th edition of the festival, which takes place annually in Eindhoven, and explored its array of exhibitions and installations.
Consultancy SomeOne has worked on the typographic identity for the spy museum, while the interiors have been designed by architectural practice Adjaye Associates.