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PG Tips’ refreshing rebrand

You can’t get much more mainstream than PG Tips, which makes Jones Knowles Ritchie’s clean, crisp and witty rebrand all the more welcome

Cannes’s problem with Design

Is the Cannes Lions Design category a credible showcase of the best design work of the year? And why were so many design consultancy creative directors unhappy with this year’s selection?

CR Annual deadline: December 10

The Creative Review Annual is our showcase of the finest work of the year in visual communications. There’s still time to enter: the deadline for this year’s competition is December 10

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…

Diet Coke makes cropped logo packaging permanent

Yes, they did make the logo bigger. Last August we reported on limited edition Diet Coke packaging from Turner Duckworth featuring an enlarged, cropped version of the logo. Diet Coke is now to adopt the design permanently

Team USA Coke cans

Some smart packaging design for Coca-Cola’s support of the USA Olympic and Paralympic teams comes courtesy of studio Turner Duckworth

Cheltenham Design Festival this weekend

The inaugural Cheltenham Design Festival kicks off this weekend, with talks from Stefan Sagmeister, Simon Waterfall, Bruce Duckworth, Lucy Holmes, Jenny Coe, Sir John Sorrell, Stephen Bayley and the festival president, Sir John Hegarty.

Turner Duckworth gives Diet Coke new look

Following its multi-award-winning repackaging of Coca-Cola, Turner Duckworth has created a new look for Diet Coke based on a cropped version of the brand’s logo

A slice of the action from D&AD

New to this year’s D&AD Awards will be two physical awards for both In Book and Nominated work: slices of a coveted Yellow Pencil

New 7up – now more fruity

7up has had a redesign. Now with more fruit, bubbles and, of course, a big ol’ number 7, we were fearing the worst but it’s not half bad…

Monoprix own-brand packaging

Paris-based advertising agency Havas City has given French supermarket Monoprix’s own-label products a bold, bright, typographic makeover

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