New releases, interviews and analysis from the world of type
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?
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
In illustrator and type designer Rian Hughes’ new graphic novel I Am A Number, everyone knows their place. Until they don’t. We speak to him about creating the book and the essential qualities of a great graphic novel
Start-Rite has an impressive heritage: the family-owned company was founded in Norwich in 1792 and has been making children’s shoes for the Royal Family since the 1950s. It has long positioned itself as an expert in children’s footwear – it claims to have commissioned the first ever study into children’s feet back in the 1940s […]