German-language drama Deutschland 83 has received as much praise for its evocative costume and production design as for its gripping plot. Costume designer Katrin Unterberger talks us through her work on the series, from researching military uniforms to matching clothing to sets and interiors
Our/Vodka is a drinks brand with a difference: a local product, produced by micro-distilleries in individual cities across the world, but with big brand backing. We talk to its London partners about how the brand developed, how the business model works and what’s in it for Pernod Ricard.
We talk to Hugo Timm of Julia about the design of the catalogue for the current Whitechapel Gallery show Electronic Superhighway, and how the team got around the central problem of distilling 50 years of computer and internet art into the traditional format of a book.
Artists at Central Illustration Agency have partnered with deaf and disabled writers and performers from theatre company Graeae to create a series of prints celebrating the company’s 35th anniversary and the experiences of its members
The promotional campaign for this year’s Cannes Lions focuses on the power of creativity and ‘being grateful for great ideas’
After the release of a rather weird set of Xmas ads, Tesco’s creates a more appealing ad for Valentine’s Day.
Viacom has unveiled a new identity for Channel 5, which will be rolled out across its TV channels and on demand service on Thursday. It’s a radical departure from the channel’s previous look – but will it make people think differently about 5?
Airbnb’s latest ad campaign cleverly uses footage from Disney’s new version of the Jungle Book and Bear Grylls’ TV show Man vs. Wild to promote some of the more unusual properties that are available on the service.
Celebrating the crafts and processes behind-the-scenes, Curtain Up shines a spotlight on the achievements of designers and makers from West End and Broadway productions from the last 40 years
It’s sadly quite rare these days to see a striking poster campaign, so these new ads for US eyewear brand Randolph Engineering, which feature dynamic photographs and very little branding, really stand out.