Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
The biggest packaging design stories, from food and drink packaging to new trends in environmental sustainability and the latest debates around unbranded cigarette packets.
This month we were enamoured with offerings from across the design spectrum, from minimalist signage and intricate book illustrations, to sleek lighting and bold large-scale installations.
The international consultancy has teamed up with Closed Loop and several US retailers to offer innovators a share of $1 million (£794,000) in funding for their ideas.
The new look for the brand aims to reposition it as “permissible treat”, and comes with a redrawn wordmark, rethought imagery and updated packaging.
These designers are rethinking the surfaces we touch and turning them into COVID-killing materials, which can be fabricated as familiar objects.
The CBD company – which is “by women for women” – has branding that resists the more bohemian tropes of CBD and leans into luxury instead.
The funding is in partnership with UKRI, and will award up to £150,000 to projects which “trial ways to implement refill infrastructure”.
The identity for Shivering Mountain takes inspiration from the geological and botanical influences on the area, and introduces the world to the concept of “ginology”.
The “next-gen” cereal brand has been branded by the graphic designer alongside illustrations from Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One.
Headline-grabbing rebrands of Uncle Ben’s and Aunt Jemima show change in brand-land, but a real overhaul requires sustained effort from the design world.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
We’re excited to announce the full shortlist for our awards below. Stay tuned later in the month for our winners showcase, which will be revealed here on the site as
From pub-scented candles, to Polaroid chemistry and a weekly cartoon strip inspired by the bubonic plague, this is what designers got up to last month.
Superunion has created a visual identity as well as bottle design for the Puglia-based farm to mark the appointment of its first female CEO.
You can get wine, laundry capsules and deodorant posted through your letterbox now, and it’s testing traditional ideas of product and packaging design.
Designed by Morrama studio, Wild is a compostable refill deodorant that takes aim at the cosmetic industry’s waste problem.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
Economic repercussions of the global virus outbreak on companies are likely to be “severe”. Could “agile” supply chains be the answer?
Design Bridge director of storytelling Holly Kielty says that women over 50 have become a “forgotten audience” who they can no longer afford to ignore.
With a focus on handcraft, the Glasgow-based design studio has reinvented the distillery-pub’s brand through a new logo, labelling system and artwork.
Design studio Reggie London has created new branding for Oxsight, a technology company that creates glasses which aims to help those with sight loss.
The British condom manufacturer’s new brand positioning supposedly takes a stand against “sexual taboos, stigmas and outdated, non-inclusive attitudes”.
The Italian aperitif has been given a new look and feel, including packaging design and wordmark, by Milan-based studio Robilant Associati.
The independent brewer’s new look has been created with Made Thought and marks a change in the company’s positioning as it looks to embrace a more sustainable future.