A new book explores how protest movements increasingly turn to branding techniques to get their message out – and, more importantly – get people to take to the streets
Aldi gets new branding from graphic design studio TwoPoints.Net, based in Hamburg.
Cutesy food packaging, Pokemon Go, adult ball pits … why can’t we all just grow up, wonders Debika Ray
London studio NB offers a helping hand as the summer game struggles out of its white trousers and tries to fit into something a little more urban
Technology is bringing us ever closer to Mars, but its popular image has barely changed over the past 100 years. As Donald Trump orders Nasa to speed up its efforts to send astronauts to the red planet, Düsseldorf studio Kitto Katsu takes aim at the little green men
Seattle-based designer Paul Wylde has designed the new first-class cabins for Hawaiian Airlines. He talks about the importance of branding and its close ties with cabin design
The furniture giant’s products are usually clever and design-focused, so why is its name still trapped in an outdated yellow lozenge? It’s time to take a modular approach, says Daniel Freytag
Perhaps we should be happy to live in the age of branding? After all, it is the brands that are in thrall to us, not the other way round
Over-indulging on food has always been a symbol of wealth and status. But today, it’s not the produce that counts – it’s the packaging
The Design Museum’s exhibition Like Me: Our Bond With Brands is running for the duration of LDF. Simon Glynn of branding agency Lippincott, which curated the show, features in our current issue
The way that corporations styled themselves in the 1960s and 70s was ruled by big books full of the smallest details, says Steve Parnell
Funerals have never had the greatest of images, but that is no reason for them to be organised in drab offices on the outskirts of town, says Studio Makgill.