Consultancy Red&White has designed the visual identity for the new institution, which will focus on research in the mathematics and data science fields.
Celebrating LGBTQ and design
It’s London’s Gay Pride celebrations this weekend, and while many will likely be celebrating with a harder beverage, Coley Porter Bell is marking the occasion with a good old-fashioned cup of tea.
Next month sees the opening of The Piers from Here, a beautiful and heartbreaking photography exhibition of work by Alvin Baltrop.
Alan Turing, the scientist credited with a string of computing firsts, including the invention of the Bombe machines which broke German Enigma codes in WWII, is to be celebrated in a new Science Museum exhibition designed by Nissen Richards.
To mark this year’s London Pride, Wieden+Kennedy has teamed up with artist Fredrik Andersson to create handmade, bum-shaped ceramic vases to raise money for HIV charity Positive East. The Arse Vases come in pink, tan or brown variations, and also smooth or hairy options. The vases cost £40 each, and are available in a limited […]
Sail Creative has designed a multi-coloured brand identity for an LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) arts festival in Newcastle, based on the well-recognised rainbow flag. The branding for Curious Festival is made up of shapes and colours in different compositions, and “deconstructed” lettering, which aims to symbolise the festival “deconstructing labels” and “bringing them […]