A patent suggests that Dyson could be moving further into beauty electronics with a heated hairbrush that would complement the company’s existing Supersonic hairdryer.
All the latest project launches and breakthroughs from across the design world.
The rebrand features a new typeface and image style, and comes after the truck and bus manufacturer’s 125th anniversary in 2016.
Halo has designed a new visual identity and packaging for the brewery, with the aim of tapping into the craft beer trend and targeting a younger audience.
The winning entry is designed by a group of Year 10 students from Harrogate Grammar School, and comprises a simple hook device that can be used to attach a water bottle to a bag.
The magazine’s art director David Lane has given it a new print design, which aims to represent how contemporary art is “reactive” and “makes a statement”.
The dating site’s in-house design team has done away with Tinder-style features and commissioned designer Jay Daniel Wright to create a series of colourful illustrations.
The tech company has patented a magnetic winding charger that is similar in appearance to the winding mechanism seen in traditional watch designs.
The design consultancy has created a “minimal, flexible” visual identity for .art – a new web address which has been created to establish an online creative community.
A refreshed logo, an expanded colour palette and a new tone of voice have all been introduced to packaging.
Vapourlites has been rebranded and given new packaging by consultancy Wonderstuff, which aims to show how e-cigarettes can be a “good thing” in weaning people off tobacco cigarettes.
The colourful new look is based on soundwave visuals and builds on O Street’s existing designs for the music platform, including a bespoke typeface introduced last year.
R Design has completed the rebrand, which aims to clear up confusion caused by the previous range name NuMe.
Graffiti artist and illustrator Matt Sewell has launched a range of colourful bird themed stamps. The stamps feature watercolour illustrations of a variety of birds including the Blue Tit, Puffin, Cormorant and the specially commissioned Manx Shearwater, which is indigenous to the Isle of Man. Descriptions of the birds are written on each of the […]
Branding and communication consultancy, Music has revealed its designs for the Autumn Winter 2017 London Fashion Week (LFW) campaign which has been initiated by the British Fashion Council. The approach focuses on interesting paper stocks, print finishes and sharp black and white imagery. It aims to be simple, timeless and similar to their aesthetic at […]
Supple Studio has created the name and identity for Twine, a website and app that helps local businesses measure their economic, social and community impact. Supple director Jamie Ellul, says: “This is the first platform to offer a joined up approach to capturing not just financial data, but also social impact; this key difference led us to […]
Ladybird has launched three Expert titles exploring complex topics, following on from its Ladybird for Grown Ups series. The Expert titles include Climate Change, co-written by Prince Charles, Emily Shuckburgh and Tony Juniper; Evolution, by Steve Jones; and Quantum Mechanics, by Jim Al-Khalili. The books have been illustrated by Ruth Palmer, Rowan Clifford, and Jeff […]
London-based production company, Pebble Studios, has turned childrens’ illlustrations into a virtual reality film. A group of seven and eight-year-olds from Grange Primary School in west London were invited to design characters and invent various lands and stories based on their imaginations. By bringing their colourful sketches to life, the project aims to allow the […]
Consultancy Build has worked with Generation Press to create a series of publications looking at the in-house processes of the Brighton-based printing company. The publications, which will be released throughout the year, aim to help bring Generation Press’ print processes to life for potential and existing customers, according to Paul Hewitt, managing director at Generation Press. […]
Office supplies company Viking Direct has commissioned illustrator Paul Blow to create visual interpretations of idioms used in different languages. The British company hopes to showcase its breadth of international employees through the fun project, with 11 illustrations of idioms originating from different countries, along with their meanings in English. Obscure examples include “To slide […]
Building V&A Dundee from V&A Dundee on Vimeo. The team behind the yet-to-open Victoria and Albert (V&A) Dundee has released a film detailing its architecture and the cultural place it will hold in the city. The film includes interviews with people involved in the project such as architect Kengo Kuma and Dundee City Council executive […]
Consultancy Red&White has designed the visual identity for the new institution, which will focus on research in the mathematics and data science fields.
The consultancy also created the brand strategy and came up with a new name for the cultural and sporting development in Eastbourne.
The Dutch manufacturer has developed a two-seat hybrid car and gyroplane, which is set to launch in 2018.
Designed by Matheson Marcault, Game Changers: Another Way to Play will run alongside a weekend-long games and play festival at Somerset House.
The new look features Air Canada’s maple leaf logo within a roundel design, and has been introduced to coincide with the airline’s 80th anniversary.
A competition has been launched to find a multidisciplinary design team to redesign The Ross Pavilion Gardens, which overlook Edinburgh Castle and will include a number of new public buildings and spaces.
The five chosen consultancies, including Mother Design London and Studio Output, will be working with the BBC for two years on various projects encompassing branding and creative direction.
SomeOne has created the TLC (The Lovely Clinic) brand for Dr Sarah Tonks using an identity system based around paint.