The Partners’ new identity for Tusk Conservation Awards features a typographic logo cleverly hidden in a custom pattern. We spoke to creative director Stuart Radford about designing a system that felt ‘authentically African’ for the pro-bono project…
Our latest monthly pick of great new type designs, projects and events includes a bespoke typeface for fashion blog Nasty Gal, type in motion at Liverpool’s FACT gallery, skeletal letterforms from Sawdust and a lovely animated film promoting Font Font’s Open Type Web Fonts.
Our latest pick of new graphics work includes an open-source identity for an exhibition in Brisbane, branding for global education initiative #UpForSchool and a contemporary new logo for the Swedish Handicraft Association…
The first in our fortnightly pick of new illustration work features a beautifully drawn field guide to East London wildlife, an illustrated guide to the life and work of Francis Bacon, rock-and-roll themed prints from Dorothy and a fascinating mural documenting the history of London’s Becontree Estate.
Two hundred posters are going on show tonight at The Proud Archivist in London, each with a similar aim in mind – to make something eye-catching using Comic Sans and raise money for Cancer Research UK in the process. Ahead of the opening of Comic Sans for Cancer, the curators sent us a selection of the posters that will be exhibited
Getting the right tone of voice on Twitter is a fine art: Paul Domenet, ECD of Johnny Fearless, offers ad agencies some tips, plus picks his favourite ad tweeters.
Carphone Warehouse is targeting frugal lovers this Valentine’s Day with a print ad that doubles as a paper bouquet.