GT Planar Microsite
Grilli Type & Patrick Savolainen
Lyam Bewry:

Grilli Type's latest font by Dominik Huber pushes the online type specimen to new levels. Combining elements of sci-fi with typographic details, it highlights parts of the font that make it unique, as well as makes for unique presentation.

See the microsite here.

Vevo
Porto Rocha
Lyam Bewry:

Graphic identity designed by Porto Rocha for Vevo – the leading music video network. It features a graphic system (reminiscent of flicking through album art on the iPod) that flexes and rolls out beautifully across the touch-points.

Think Packaging
Seachange
Jamie Ellul:

Think Packaging are a design-led structural packaging agency based in New Zealand. Fellow Kiwis Seachange have given them a new identity that takes the humble cardboard box and elevates it to hero status. It’s artfully done, both playful and slick – with pitch perfect art direction and photography that’s beautifully simple. Topped with great copy and endless details; such as a cutting matt inspired backdrop to website menu and typography that’s as sharp as a Swann Morton. Top marks (and folds).

Childline: Nobody is Normal
Rowdy and Blink
Mike Reed:

Such a brilliant, piercingly truthful concept, beautifully realised. And incredibly important in the midst of a mental health crisis for young people. It's scooping up awards right now and quite right too.

Multiply
Ragged Edge
Jamie Ellul:

Loving this playful identity for Multiply by Ragged Edge. Multiply is a new fintech co who are making personal wealth management easy and accessible. Ragged Edge have positioned the brand cleverly to reframe financial planning from net worth to self worth. Everything about this project is so charming – great bunny eared logotype, killer copy lines, cuddly typography and quirky little rabbits hopping all over the place. Simple idea pulled off beautifully.

Cyan and hot pink should always be seen
Quality collaborations inspire a generation
Andrew Ashton:

The music of Thom Yorke, Johnny Winter and Radiohead has spirited a generation of designers to get lost in their heads, by continually demonstrating where quality creativity and collaboration can go.

Suspirium by Thom Yorke, taken from Suspiria, music for the Luca Guadagnino film is an animation work by RUFFMERCY. The simplicity, the visual charge of the crunchy dancer getting lost in Yorke’s dreamy piano is a sublime example of image-making complimenting a musical gesture.

Watch Suspirum here

Sideways Dictionary
Nick Asbury
Jim Sutherland:

The Sideways Dictionary a collaborative online tool that explains technological issues using everyday analogies. Nick Asbury worked with Jigsaw to develop the concept for the dictionary and populate it with initial entries – covering about 300 analogies for 75 terms. It’s open to public contributions as a shared resource for everyone to use. The project has been developed in partnership with the Washington Post. Just read the ‘playing chess with a pigeon’ analogy for ‘troll’.

Message from the Unseen World
United Visual Artists, Futurity, Nick Drake
Paul Felton:

The underside of Bishop’s Bridge Road, near Paddington, hosts a moving tribute to pioneering mathematician, code-breaker and father of computer science — Alan Turing, entitled Message from the Unseen World. The text is a poem by poet and playwright Nick Drake which sees Turing speaking posthumously about his life, complete with coded versions of extracts from Turing’s text that disintegrate and fracture as new words replace the previous ones.