The trainline has launched an awareness campaign around recycling and sustainability, and has commissioned illustrator Rebecca Sutherland to “upcycle” old newspapers and drink cans into intricate sculptures for it.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
The organisation, which offers practical support and advice to children, young people, families and schools, has been given a new identity by Chromatic Brands in time for national Anti-Bullying Week.
MinaLima, the graphic design duo behind the Harry Potter film series, has created all the enchanting props that are due to appear in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of
“Living with less”, “living with others” and “living on the move” are some of the themes in the new show at the Design Museum delving into future visions of the
We speak to studio Without on designing a new identity for the chain that harks back to its beginnings as a single street food restaurant in London, despite its growth
The packaging and identity of the new luxury chocolate brand features a mix of colourful patterns to represent the Pakistani and Nigerian heritage of its two founders.
The weekly publication given out by street vendors in cities all over the world has a new design that looks to showcase all the magazine has to offer, while still
The new identity embraces the isolated region and its “harsh weather” as it urges people to explore further, spreading the message through open-source branding which is free for locals to
The country, which is located across the Asia-Europe boundary, has a new identity designed by Landor that aims to attract more tourists to discover its “untold stories and secrets”, from
Can Marketing Save Lives? at the Museum of Brands demonstrates how attitudes have shifted alongside the campaigns designed to change and moderate people’s behaviour
The organisation, which lobbies to get more women into design leadership roles, has been based in London for the last three years, but has now also opened branches in Liverpool
The Pears Building is a new research centre for immunology and will open in London in two years – 70-metre-long, colourful, graphic hoardings have been installed around the building site
The kits, which let kids transform any every-day object into unique toys, aim to make play more accessible for children from disadvantaged backgrounds around the world, and encourage individual creativity.
Mike Foster, creative director at studio Straight Forward Design, talks about his experiences designing for femcare range Betty, and offers his advice on how to break the silence and challenge
The scheme, which was initially started by HRH Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip in 1956 as a way to prepare young people for life and work, has a new awareness
The new name Apt comes as the company moves to an employee ownership structure and aims to reflect the firm’s new ethos and purpose.
We took a trip to the Designers’ Open festival in East German city, Leipzig, where designers, studios, illustrators and craftspeople showcased and sold their work.
From trails of illuminated installations to exhibitions looking at the homes of the future, here are some of our top picks to look out for this month.
CCD Design and Ergonomics has created a nautical-themed signage system for the museum in Greenwich, London, which has opened four new galleries.
The End of Store Street display in Manchester features dozens of works by graphic designer Paul Hemmingfield and photographer Sebastain Matthes from over the past decade.
US-based design studio Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv has rebranded the nature TV channel, with the aim of creating a “distinctive” icon that will be recognisable across all platforms.
With speakers including 2012 Olympics installation designer Kate Dawkins, DesignStudio’s Ben Wright and Kaye Dunnings of Glastonbury’s Shangri-La, there were plenty of top tips being shared at Design Manchester’s D(isrupt)M
Matt Cruickshank is art director at Google and part of the Doodles team, which, for the last 20 years, has regularly transformed the well-known Google logo to respond to landmark
Aero, which will launch in 2019, is intended to be used alongside existing programs like Photoshop and Dimension, to help designers visualise virtual graphics and products in real-world environments.