March has been full of disruption, so we’ve rounded up some of its most attention-diverting projects, from a Day-Glo crazy golf course to a sushi-inspired lamp.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
The country and its creatives may be in lockdown, but that’s not to say there’s nothing to be done in April – beyond browsing online galleries, here are our top
As part of our new series about in-house design teams, we speak to Laurence Honderick, head of design at BBC Creative, about how his team creates the campaigns and identities
Hat-trick design has created a colourful range of stamps for the 250th anniverary of the classical composer’s birth, as well as a record sleeve.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
Designers including Camille Walala and Pentagram’s Matt Willey have joined forces to produce pieces that aim to raise money and awareness for the climate crisis.
We speak to the design studios who have done it to find out how they got in front of clients and onto pitch lists in their formative years.
The Olympic flame has started its relay, though the future of this year’s Games looks uncertain because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Oxford’s museum for history and art has been given a visual update, based around a logo that works across digital and printed material.
Behind the Iron Curtain, space was a frontier that could one day be tamed by communist Soviet science – nowhere better was this “progressive, futuristic, yet strangely antique period” explored
Originally builty in the early 19th century as a library, the Greenwich-based centre is now also a café, gym and social space for the community.
The permanent exhibition, which features 30 electic objects from Norway’s heritage, has been designed by Nissen Richards Studio.
“Simple but effective” graphic design could be a crucial way to reach out and reassure more vulnerable communities during the coronavirus outbreak.
As part of our series looking at different types of jobs for designers, we speak to Amanda Rodriguez, director of Three Kings Tattoo, about her move from furniture and web design,
Even with the best will in the world, designers finding “inspiration from anywhere” could unwittingly be complicit in the watering down of marginalised cultures – how can you ensure your
The third in the Royal Bank of Scotland’s The People’s Money series has been revealed, featuring “surprising” nods to Scottish culture.
When BMW unveiled its new corporate identity last week — its first in over 20 years — there was some confusion around its roll out. Marc Mielau, vice president of
The book uses the idea of a tree’s concentric rings to represent “narrowing circles of trust” that have developed between the public and big societal institutions.
The illustrated book publishers, founded in 1942, has been given a new visual identity by Harry Pearce which features a new cartouche.
From a Toxic Masculinity recycling plant, to moody wombs, these are our favourite creative products inspired by International Women’s Day on 8 March.
Brand consultancy Saffron has created the identity for high speed transportation system Hyperloop TT, drawing upon its potential “human” impact.
Aiming to “empower conversations”, the Lost Time Project has created a calendar that calls attention to the gender pay gap and the days that women “work for free”.
The platform, which allows teachers to set maths homework for students to complete outside of the classroom, had recently undergone interface changes and was in need of an identity update.
The Duppy Share Spiced identity is inspired by Caribbean folklore and has subtle details, like UV illustrations which aim to appeal to a younger crowd.