The London-based consultancy has created a new corporate identity based around the idea of messenger apps’ ellipses devices.
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The annual tradeshow – which forms part of London Design Festival – will see a guest country pavilion from the US, and a craft pavilion hosting Britain-based designers and makers.
The new exhibition looks at the Dutch designer’s research into the endless possibilities of colour, and aims to open visitors’ eyes to the world around them.
Research organisation OrganiCity’s open call programme looks to match designers with other businesses and members of the public to help cities function better.
The British Gas-owned smart home brand has recently expanded its product offering beyond heating, and aims to be “accessible” to a wider range of consumers with a new visual identity.
Slant, which has been branded by Edit_, is a new series of arts and culture events that aim to make the Northern county stand out from neighbouring cities such as Liverpool and Manchester.
“We want to bring together countries to look at design’s important role in the big emotive issues of our time,” says festival director.
US creative studio Loyalkaspar has created a new logo, typeface and on-screen designs for Syfy.
Mather & Co has designed the exhibition, which is set to take a world tour, and incorporated holographic and audio visual technology to create an interactive visitor experience.
The London-based culture and art hub, which is composed of four venues, has been given a new visual identity by studio North, dropping the Wolff Olins branding designed in 2007.
The London-based workspace chain aims to distinguish itself through “hotel-style hospitality” and being free from interruptions such as “people larking about or playing table tennis”.
The brand is being repositioned as a lifestyle brand aimed at young adults rather than a brand for professional artists.
Central Saint Martins graduate Angela Mathis has created a project called Ectosymbiont, which explores the possibilities of using plant tissue for transplants in humans. Mathis got the idea for the project based on the number of preventable deaths due to a lack of organ donations, such as in the US where 22 people die a […]
Design duo Craig & Karl has created a range of minion-themed phone cases and other accessories to mark the opening of film Despicable Me 3. The range features colourful illustrations of yellow minion characters dressed up as pineapples, hula dancers and other creatures. Featured products include phone cases, watches and wallets, which are available from Collette and Casetify.
The annual Jerwood Makers Open exhibition has returned for its sixth edition, displaying work from five emerging artists working with a variety of materials including wood and organic waste. The five selected artists were chosen from 271 applications in late 2016, and were awarded £7,500 each to develop their projects. Selected artists include Juli Bolaños-Durman, […]
Maxxi museum in Rome, Italy has opened a new exhibition to mark the one-year anniversary of architect Zaha Hadid’s death. Made in Italy has been curated by the museum in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design, Zaha Hadid Architects and the Zaha Hadid Foundation, and explores the architect’s long-lasting relationship with the country. It features conceptual […]
Designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio has redesigned the interiors of the brasserie in shopping and entertainment complex Publicis Drugstore in Paris, France. The studio has renamed the restaurant as Le Drugstore, and added oxblood coloured upholstery and brass fixtures to complement the existing timber walls and marble bars in the space. The interiors take […]
California-based brand consultancy Troika has created a new visual identity for US streaming site, Hulu. The new design looks to “unify” the brand’s look across the site’s user interface and print and digital touchpoints such as marketing campaigns. The existing, square-shaped logotype has been retained and appears in white, while a bright mint green has […]
Leo Porto, a designer at New York agency Collins, has worked with Felipe Rocha on the branding and orchestration of Bonde, a new Brazilian design conference launching next month in New York. The designs use a simple typography led approach and a yellow and black colour palette. The Maar Sans typeface by foundry Commercial Type […]
Leeds-based studio Brass has created 40 animations for new CBBC show The Pets Factor, a children’s documentary series that goes behind the scenes of UK veterinary practices. Brass was brought in to work on the project by production company True North, and created animations of each of the animals, the four vets featured in the show […]
The Counter Press has worked on the new look and feel, referencing the Art Deco and Art Nouveau heritage of the restaurant while marking the occasion of its reopening.
The new office does away with designated “neighbourhood” desks in favour of communal work spaces to encourage collaboration.
A team of creatives including Assemble and Jason Bruges Studio will take part in Test Unit 2017, a project looking to turn derelict, industrial areas in Glasgow into public spaces.
The video chat and messaging platform’s branding has taken on a style in line with software company Windows, alongside a new website and app design.
The social media brand has updated all of its platforms, with new rounded profile photos, a speech bubble reply icon and a greater emphasis on photography.
The book has been written by entrepreneur Steve Vassallo to help guide designers in setting up their own businesses, and also teach start-ups and big companies how to value design.
The new identity and brand positioning looks to appeal to a wider audience, as well as reflect the restaurant’s globally-influenced food menu.
The pod-shaped car, which first did a test-run in 2015, will now be retired to museums and replaced with a minivan that has better vision and can reach higher speed.