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New designs: Bloomberg, Julia, Brand & Deliver & more

Our latest pick of new designs includes a book on identity design for start-ups from Gestalten, graphics for PJ Harvey’s Recording in Progress experience at Somerset House and branding inspired by the golden ratio for financial services technology company Davidsohn.

CR February: Yum! It’s the Food issue

Our February issue looks at how creativity is changing what and how we eat, with features on the story behind the Leon fast-food chain, apps for farmers in the developing world, the Disappearing Dining Club, trends in food photography and initiatives to tackle food wastage

Adidas addresses the haters in new spot

A new ad for Adidas, created to promote the brand’s “shiny new boots”, takes a light-hearted swipe at all the haters out there on social media…

Typocircle presents Fraser Muggeridge

The next Typo Circle talk will be from graphic designer Fraser Muggeridge, founder of the Typography Summer School and holder of a world record for the largest enlarged letter

Jean Jullien: Life Drawing, an interview

Jean Jullien’s observational take on modern life has made him one of the most sought-after image-makers around. We talked to him about his recent move to New York and his work to date. Here, we publish the full transcript of the interview

This Are 2 Tone

With its stacked type and loafered ‘rude boy’, the identity for 2 Tone records was packed with attitude. Michael Evamy traces the design history of one of music’s great brands

FKA twigs: Portrait of the artist

FKA twigs has had a big year. The singer has been on the ‘cool’ radar since the summer of 2012, when she uploaded a series of visually striking films on YouTube, to accompany equally mesmerising songs. But in 2014, twigs crossed over into the mainstream: her first album, LP1, was released in August and swiftly […]

Lost in translation

Rather than homogenising visual communications across cultures, we should be inspired by differences. Paul Belford on a poster by Japanese designer Makoto Saito

Roger Excoffon: The typecast artist

As the work of designer Roger Excoffon enjoys something of a revival, the focus has moved beyond his type and lettering to an appreciation of his wider talents – from his painting to his graphic design. Jean Grogan reports back from a recent conference which readdressed the work of this multi-talented creative

Ads of the Year 2014

Well, what a year’s it’s been. Here’s our pick of the ten best advertising moments of 2014.

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…

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