Letterpress studio New North Press has worked with schoolchildren in Stepney to create a series of posters and signage for Wilton’s Music Hall
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The New York studio’s system is based on the relative locations of the Museum’s three buildings, uniting the institutions in one symbol. We spoke to karlssonwilker about the project
Sir Paul Smith, David Adjaye, Zoë Wanamaker and Marion Deuchars are among an impressive array of figures from across the creative industries appearing on a new website developed by Paul Brazier to inspire and inform young people
Kodak is looking to the past to reinvent its consumer business, reviving a 1970s logo, updating its iconic Super 8 camera and launching a smartphone inspired by a camera from the 1940s. We spoke to Dany Atkins, VP of global brand and creative, about looking to Kodak’s heritage for inspiration…
In less than four years, Flying Eye has established itself as a publisher of immaculately illustrated, unusual kids’ books, with one now being developed into a series by Netflix. We talk to founder Sam Arthur about why business is booming in the world of children’s titles.
As TypoCircle turns 40, with an exhibition and book celebrating its role in type and design, we look back at the evolution of Circular, the organisation’s journal that launched in 1993
Paul Belford Ltd has rebranded YO! Sushi, dropping the ‘Sushi’ from its logo and introducing a new typeface and graphic patterns inspired by Tokyo iconography