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’bout Sound & Vision

Using oscilloscopes and analogue synthesisers, the latest Simian Mobile Disco album and tour comes directly from the music itself

New designs from Double Standards, MoMa, MuirMcNeil, Mucho & more

Our latest pick of new designs includes a signage and wayfinding system for Berlin’s Museum of Decorative Arts, a striking set of posters from MuirMcNeil, colourful branding for Barcelona juice company Mother – and some fun festive projects from Pentagram and Love…

Beyond the record sleeve

Despite the doom and gloom about the death of the record sleeve, Simon Moore says there’s never been a more creatively exciting time for a designer to work in music

TEMPLO’s trilingual identity for Stop Torture campaign

Throughout this year, design studio TEMPLO has been working on a trilingual identity for #StopTorture, a campaign from the International Truth and Justice Project which aims to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Sri Lanka. The politically neutral system combines a vibrant colour palette with English, Sinhalese and Tamil characters…

Rebranding the YMCA

No longer catering exclusively to the young, male, or Christian, the YMCA unsurprisingly faced problems in communicating what it stood for. ArthurSteenHorneAdamson has developed a new brand identity which aims to better reflect the breadth of the charity’s work in England. We spoke to ASHA’s Marksteen Adamson about the project…

Pelican Books: an unrivalled online reading experience

The relaunch of Pelican books in May was a two-fold operation. Alongside the new-look editions, the publishers were working in tandem on a bespoke in-browser reading experience that would, they hoped, truly echo the books in print. Is this finally the digital version of the book we’ve been waiting for?

New type

This month’s pick of new type designs, projects and events includes new releases from foundries Klim and Blackletra, a lovely letterpress printed newspaper and an exhibition exploring type and manual printing methods…

Why children’s charities need a rebrand

Unicef today became the latest children’s charity to launch a new brand identity, following NSPCC this week and the Children’s Society last month. Here, we look at the differences and similarities in each charity’s approach, and why so many organisations in the sector are looking to reinvent themselves…

On the draw: an illustrated view of the Canary Islands

Seven illustrators including Malika Favre, Mads Bergs and Jens Magnusson have created artworks inspired by the Canary Islands for a new online tourism campaign devised by Tenerife design studio 28ymedio and commissioned by the Canary Islands Tourist Board.

Etihad unveils geometric new livery from Landor

Abu Dhabi airline Etihad’s new geometric livery by Landor Associates, supposedly inspired by the colours of the desert landscape, is the latest redesign in a sector that is becoming increasingly bold and playful in its use of graphics

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