Our most popular stories of the week
1. Reebok has launched a new brand mark, Reebok Delta – aiming to reflect the brand’s new ‘singular focus on fitness’.
2. Birds Eye frozen food is launching new branding and packaging, designed by JKR, as part of a £60 million Europe-wide brand relaunch.
3. A beautiful new book sees a host of designers interpret the mathematical concept of the Golden Ratio.
Our most popular Tweet of the week
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Our favourite Tweets of the week
— kenn munk (@kennmunk) March 5, 2014
Now this is a Winter Olympics event I could get behind: Men’s Outdoor Kerning. pic.twitter.com/cKxL5txHSS
— Dudley Storey (@dudleystorey) February 21, 2014
I’ve got a lot of time for the person who created this horse’s head squirrel feeder pic.twitter.com/ziWXG4J32o
— Luke Lewis (@lukelewis) February 28, 2014
Quote of the week
‘Always ask questions, pay attention and brush your teeth.’ Some advice from illustrator Jon Burgerman.
Image of the week
Some great posters from WWF and Do the Green Thing to promote Earth Hour, including this one from Marion Deuchars.
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Design stories in the national press
Nelly Ben Hayoun is on BBC Radio 4 – talking about ‘designing the impossible’ and wanting to become an astronaut.
The Guardian reports on plans to commemorate the 2011 Utøya massacre in Norway by literally creating a scar in the landscape.
The Daily Mail (of course) has plenty of pictures of the ‘supermarket’ created by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel’s Paris runway show.