Neville Brody

Futurebrand rebrands American Airlines

American Airlines has unveiled a new brand identity from Futurebrand, replacing the 1967 Massimo Vignelli classic with a 3D ‘flight symbol’ and plenty of good ol’ red, white and blue

A cleaner, simpler N IVEA

Fuseproject’s simpler, cleaner design language for Nivea is a vast improvement on many levels, but the kerning on that logo is going to annoy the heck out of a lot of you…

WWF’s new iPad app

Studio AKQA has designed a new iPad app for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) that allows users to explore images, facts and footage of some of the rarest animals on the planet…

Chwast and Scher show leads Indaba line-up

As February approaches at speed, it’s time for many of the great and good of the creative world to check ‘passport-ticket-money-Moleskine’ and head to Cape Town for this year’s Design Indaba. The conference, alongside the associated Expo and Filmfest, is currently finalising its line-up.

ITV rebrand goes live

Spearheaded in-house by ITV Creative, ITV today rolls out a rebrand that extends across all five of its channels in the UK as well as its online and on-demand products including ITV Player

Leeds Print Festival 2013

The programme for the second annual Leeds Print Festival (January 18-27) has been announced and includes a print fair, a group exhibition plus talks by Alan Kitching, Matthew The Horse and The Print Project…

Grant aids Guardian attempt to ‘own’ weekends

‘Hugh Grant to star in Guardian ad’ ran a story on the paper’s website. Turns out the actor doesn’t so much ‘star’ in as ‘briefly introduce’ a strangely disjointed movie trailer spoof puffing the Guardian and Observer’s weekend editions

LC:M branding by Music

Manchester-based design studio Music created the branding and creative for this week’s London Collections: Men, the biannual, week-long menswear showcase that has developed out of Men’s Day at London Fashion Week…

Buy one art form, get another free

As part of an initiative to introduce dance to a new audience, DDB and the New York City Ballet have commissioned urban art duo FAILE to create a series of dance-themed works, parts of which audience members will be able to take home with them after the show

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