The Chase pushing the format of special edition British stamps – by removing the typical white-space on one edge, they've created goal posts around each image.
Craig Ward has created an art series called Brikfont where the artist recreates iconic typography and typefaces using only Lego pieces.
With all the new type foundries and typefaces on the scene, House Industries latest specimen really captures the imagination unlike anything else.
A giant vinyl roundabout situated in the town of Lyss, Switzerland in an area known for its club life.
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.
Clever, reductive animal illustrations created by Helga Stentzel using items you'd find on a washing line.
A community space in an urban environment. Studio Sutherland wanted to reflect the ideas of growth, support & building through the branding. They achieved this through graphic tessellating shapes which can used as building blocks. They also represent the diverse range of activities going on within the space, from learning to therapy. The identity is based on nine leaf ‘venations’ – the intrinsic structures within every plant leaf. Even the identity itself becomes a vehicle for teaching.
A cat lover Peter Gutter lived near a hazardous local road. After 11 cats were struck and killed, Peter put his mind to preventing this personal tragedy.
Peter’s idea was to slow the traffic down. Some would lobby the local council for speed humps and signs; Peter drew from his Dutch heritage and love of colour to a create an unforgettable spectacle. A forty-year quest for peace-of-mind inspired an unconventional landmark.