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Sea Design’s “human, soft and friendly” Callcredit rebrand

London-based agency Sea Design has recently rebranded analytics and software company Callcredit, creating designs that aim to position the brand as “a contemporary and vibrant business within a crowded sector.” Sea worked with the UK Callcredit team and consultants Crimea River on the project, which looked to reposition the brand as well as creating a […]

Black and Gold: Kontrapunkt’s minimal packaging for Carlsberg

Danish design agency Kontrapunkt’s minimal cans for Carlsberg Black Gold Pilsner are designed to look as if they have been “dipped in black”. Cans feature a two-colour design and a matt black top and ring pull. Black Gold has a slightly higher alcohol percentage and a more “intense” flavour than regular Carlsberg. Kontrapunkt says the design […]

Illustrated “bookazine” by TLS celebrates Jane Austen’s work

While many would argue that Jane Austen’s themes, heroes and heroines are as relevant in 2017 as they ever were, 2017 in fact marks 200 years since the author’s death. To mark the anniversary, the Times Literary Supplement (TLS) has launched an illustrated  “bookazine” gathering together writings on Austen from the likes of Melvyn Bragg, […]

Gradwatch 2017: New Designers

With a range of UK colleges showing work in the Visual Communications strand of New Designers there’s always a huge amount to see. Here are some of the best examples of grad work that we saw at the London group show last week

Gradwatch 2017: D&AD New Blood Awards Pencils announced

The winners of this year’s New Blood Awards have been announced, with accolades handed to projects as varied as a hand-drawn animation for The National Autistic Society, a fabric labelling campaign challenging beliefs around British identity, and a typographic system aiming to help promote Chinese gender quality. For the 2017 event, D&AD awarded a total […]