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
An independent streak runs through Italy’s 20 regions, reflected in their mish-mash of local flags. Lombardy’s Studio Temp calls for a little visual unity
The furniture giant’s products are usually clever and design-focused, so why is its name still trapped in an outdated yellow lozenge?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
The annual publishing conference highlighted the increasingly blurred boundaries between different mediums and initiatives within a magazine brand, says Anja Wohlstrom
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
An exhibition featuring works by Max Gill and Jean Jullien is a precursor to the Kemistry Gallery's plans to establish a public institution for graphic design
Manchester studio MayNinth decided to test its mettle by declaring war on the image of one of its least favourite institutions
London studio A Practice for Everyday Life steals candy (or at least its packaging) from babies and reclaims it as a sophisticated snack for adults.
The youth movement has spent over 100 years being prepared, but the 21st century seems to have caught it by surprise. Time for a makeover, says communications agency KK Outlet.
The government proposes selling cigarettes in plain packaging to limit their appeal – could they still look good while warning smokers? We asked graphic design studio Build to light us up