Online shopping site Trouva is now one of the fastest-growing tech startups in the UK. We take a look at its success so far – and how it’s helping independent shop owners to grow their business
Mark Spencer has something of an usual job – he’s a Forensic Botanist who works with police and forensic departments on cases where an extensive knowledge of plants is key to the investigation. Spencer is apparently just one of two such practitioners working in the UK. Fieldwork Facility were asked to design an identity for […]
The Russian tourist authority has announced a new visual identity inspired by the Suprematist art movement.
Across the UK, neglected and once run-down urban areas are being transformed with the arrival of co-working spaces, housing and ‘cultural hubs’. We asked Joy Nazzari, co-founder of dn&co, Nick Ramshaw, Managing Director of Thompson Brand Partners, Adam Rix, Creative Director at Music and Simon Manchipp, co-founder of SomeOne about the challenges agencies face when branding new developments – and how they approach the process
Taschen’s new book brings together some of the finest posters, adverts, brand identities and magazine covers from the early 20th century, charting the development of commercial art and the historical events that shaped designs from the era
“Like a band that stays together forever,” says Browns’ Jonathan Ellery in a new film about design studio Why Not Associates made for their 30-year retrospective show at Sheffield Institute of Arts. At the opening of the show, Hannah Ellis reflects on what makes the studio tick and the affection with which its founders are held by their peers