Cartlidge Levene

Cut-out graphics for cut-out show

Visitors to Tate Modern can’t fail to miss the subject of the gallery’s latest blockbuster thanks to some supergraphics created by Cartlidge Levene. A timelapse film shows how the studio’s largest signage to date was applied to the gallery for the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition – while Ian Cartlidge explains how they did it

D&AD Awards Winners 2011

Wieden + Kennedy’s Old Spice campaign was the big winner at this year’s D&AD Awards, picking up two Black Pencils out of the six awarded. There were Black Pencils too for the Plumen lightbulb, JWT New York, Arcade Fire’s Wilderness Downtown and the iPad. And Neville Brody was given the President’s Award

Michael Faraday School: a lesson in regeneration

Cartlidge Levene is behind a new wayfinding system for a regenerated school in Southwark in London. The work includes a series of visual ‘shopfronts’ to each of the classrooms and a range of playful signage

Nokia’s new Pure type

To celebrate the launch of a brand new bespoke typeface created by Dalton Maag for Nokia, branding and communications agency DesignStudio has commissioned a raft of new posters by the likes of Build, Cartlidge Levene, Hello Von, North and Alex Trochut…

Apeloig wins top ISTD prize

Philippe Apeloig won the Overall prize at this year’s International Society of Typographic Designers awards

Brand Guardian

A graphic language first developed for the paper now extends to all the Guardian’s activities, including its new home

CR Feb Issue

CR’s February cover, illustrated by Letman
The February issue of Creative Review is out on Wednesday 21 January, with features on Luke Hayman, Letman, Indian advertising, The Guardian’s new home, The Elms Lesters Painting Rooms and more…

Designs of the Year Opens

The Design Museum’s Designs of the Year show (or, rather the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year as we are obliged to call it) opened last night. CR was there with somewhat rubbish digital camera in hand…

Selfridges Signs Up

Cartlidge Levene have designed Selfridges’ new wayfinding system. Mark Sinclair spoke to them about navigating their way through such a large undertaking

Wolff Olins: Expectations Confounded

2012…New York…Wolff Olins have never been far from controversy over the past 12 months. ADRIAN SHAUGHNESSY was one of the 2012 logo’s most prominent critics, so we sent him along to find out just what has been going on at the design consultancy…

Creative Review Among Design Museum Designs of the Year

CR is quietly chuffed to announce that two of our projects have been chosen for the Design Museum’s new Designs of the Year exhibition “showcasing the best work in architecture and design in the last 12 months”. The December Monograph (spread shown above) and Peter Saville’s sticker from our February issue will both be in the show.

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