On behalf of the US government, Span studio has created the new branding for the invasive fish species.
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Thisaway has built on its branding for the rugby competition, incorporating the U-shaped logo into the trophy design.
Alongside an animated video, the stamps aim to incorporate “vivid” colour and “lo-fi-style” typography.
Wolff Olins global CEO Sairah Ashman discusses the design process, backlash and legacy of the London 2012 Olympics brand on its tenth anniversary.
As Cannes Lions 2022 comes to a close, we look at the winners of the top design prizes, including the first ever win for a Portuguese studio.
A refreshed colour palette and a new bespoke typeface reflects the studio’s aim to merge past and present.
The new branding includes a varied colour palette, “flexible” typeface, and “friendly” illustrations.
It is set to run at The London Festival of Architecture and aims to offer an impartial representation of hostile architecture.
The new branding centres on a bespoke typeface, which makes reference to both fishing and the company founder’s height.
The food brand’s new identity features a mischievous and unconventional tomato mascot.
Minigolf, Mogwai, and magazines dedicated to letters are some of the past month’s design stand-outs.
Mother Design is behind the new look, which includes a marine flora and fauna-inspired colour palette.
Lewis Moberly has created a typeface for the vegan band which targets neurodiverse consumers.
The new branding, from Wolff Olins, hopes to reflect the healthcare company’s biopharma ambitions following a demerger earlier this year.
Through tailored content and a simple colour palette, the Aura app aims to be considerate of its users’ journey through IVF.
An adaptable logo takes centre stage in Oku’s visual identity from the London-based studio.
In this excerpt from Jean Jullien’s debut monograph, Raphaël Cruyt explores the illustrator’s “rough-and-ready” drawing and satirical edge.
Collins’ new branding attempts to link past and future, with a nod to the mid-20th century and sci-fi illustrations.
An inclusive photography feature from Google scooped one of the top prizes at this year’s celebration.
Bold colours and a new typeface replace the previous branding’s more traditional, muted style.
The studio drew inspiration from the typography and botanical images found in the RHS Lindley Library.
The inside track of everything you need to know about the new railway, from temperature-controlled train carriages to a regal visual identity.
Witty roast names and animated illustrations encourage customers to take a break and consider the journey of coffee from plant to cup.
As part of its work for the science-focused real estate network, Dn&co crafted a generative code-based tool.