For its first ever international marketing campaign, F1 has released a high-octane 60-second film that aims to convey the excitement of the fan’s experience of the sport
Studio Superfried’s new identities for two funding initiatives from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation represent both the species – sharks, rays and elephants – and their habitats
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his album You’ve Come A Long Way Baby, Fatboy Slim has created a limited edition box set in the form of a pizza box.
Asked to redesign the Audi brand for 2025, German agency Strichpunkt created a toolkit with digital devices in mind – and made it publicly available online
Over the last five years, ad agency TBWA\Melbourne, art and directing collective The Glue Society and production company Will O’Rourke have helped ANZ Bank celebrate Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and LGBTIQ culture by applying masses of glitter, fur, leather and denim to everyday ATMs. This year’s design takes things up a notch
The modern brand doesn’t only need to look and feel like the brand, it has to sound, move and interact with other technology like the brand, says Sebastian Koseda. As ‘brand’ becomes less of an identity and more of an entity how will typography evolve alongside it?
The world’s first Plastic Free Aisle has opened in the Amsterdam branch of Ekoplaza in a collaboration between the Dutch store, campaign group A Plastic Planet and London studio, Made Thought
On New York’s 8th Avenue, a new museum rich with interactive experiences promises that the visitor will “see yourself and the world around you more clearly through the lens of spying”. We look at how a team of creative talent brought this ambitious new experience to life
The govbins.uk site reveals the wide range of visual approaches used by UK councils to encourage waste management and recycling. With 80 bins catalogued to date, its founder discusses why his unique project is far from rubbish
A new exhibition at D&AD examines Roundel’s 1987 identity for Railfreight, a radical design system that used squadron marks and localised insignia to modernise a vital part of British Rail