National Rail raised eyebrows this week with a green revamp of its logo – we spoke to designers including Astrid Stavro and Matt Baxter about the change.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
ThoughtMatter has rebranded the New York music and cultural space with details inspired by the local area’s arched windows.
The illustrator talks to Design Week ahead of a new exhibition about breaking into the industry and why it’s more fun to draw haute couture than “wearable clothes”.
The moustachioed mascot for Pringles UK has been given his first makeover in 20 years in a redesign from Jones Knowles Ritchie.
The new look “places Peter front and centre” according to the publishing house, and has been designed by studio CreateFuture.
The London-based studio has developed an identity for the Interconnected Disaster Risks 2020/2021 report using composite graphics.
The 12-stamp collection features the heroes and villains of the popular comic book series, and a supplementary mini sheet depicts the Justice League.
With a promise to help people “rediscover the whole city”, Design Week picks out the not-to-be-missed features of this year’s London Design Festival.
Supple Studio has designed a wordmark featuring a hidden squirrel, which forms part of an identity representing the first new branch for the organisation in 35 years.
The US-based film television channel has been rebranded by design studio Sibling Rivalry, with the new look including updated idents, typography and colours.
A new book from designer Martyn Routledge illustrates more than 100 football club badges and shows how they tell the story of the history of Britain.
Manchester-based design studio Alphabet was inspired by storytelling as well as Indian shopfronts and signage for the beauty brand.
These accounts should help cut through the sensory overload of Instagram and provide inspiration if you are at a creative ebb.
From a “playground of sound” in Mayfair to a ‘90s-inspired arcade game, these were some of the projects that caught our eye this month.
We speak to the illustrator about learning from nature, how her anthropology background supports her craft and the need to question briefs.
London-based Ragged Edge has crafted the new visual identity for the British brand in a bid to appeal to “adventure seekers”.
While its design landscape benefits from some famous stereotypes, Canada is also reckoning with its Indigenous history to offer new industry insights.
The identity for Urban Legend donuts includes a wordmark inspired by icing as well as tone of voice, shop signage and photography.
Launching in collaboration with the International Paralympic Committee, the global campaign has been crafted by Harry Pearce.
The design studio has used multiple exposure and motion blur in an attempt to show the human impacts of the electro-muscle stimulation technology.
From local councils, to community organisations and whole countries, we look at past and present examples of flag redesign to explore the unique challenges of the practice.
We speak with self-taught AR developer Vivian Galinari about her career journey, and how she marries tech with creativity to go viral online.
The museum – which explores the history of healthcare – has leant into a “gross-out” positioning with its new visual identity.
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.