BCMH have created an campaign for UK Refugee Week, an annual festival aiming to promote but mostly celebrate the positive contributions of refugees to the UK since 1951. The campaign is simply lovely. It is an original delightfully simple awareness campaign for a topic that few of us areaware of but, as the campaign highlights, deserve to recognise.
Chermayeff & Geismar have created a comprehensive identity system for Harvard Maintenance, a major provider of cleaning and security services. Harvard Maintenance provides cleaning and security services for major corporate, educational, and industrial facilities across the nation. Chermayeff & Geismar designed a new identity system for the company with a logotype featuring an V extended into a check mark to emphasize reliability, efficiency, and expertise. Whilst the new logotype set in a bold Futura doesn’t […]
13th April 2011 was a exciting day in the twittersphere. It was a One Day For Design — an open, global dialogue on the meaning and future of design, and on the meaning and future of professional associations in our field. Organised by AIGA, the ‘event’ drew over 30,000 tweets from nearly 3,900 Twitterers. More than 650 hashtags were tweeted and at one point #1d4d ranked as the number-four trending hashtag on Twitter in the […]
2011 Elmwood, self-proclaimed, ’The World’s most effective brand design consultancy’ have updated their brand identity. Their identity has been given a new lease of life by Typographer Rob Clarke and renowned designer/illustrator Peter Horridge. Check out this film produced by weareseventeen for the brand launch. Previous logo
I’ve long admired Boston’s Alphabet Arm Design. Their work is a sort of new age Americana, oozing with soul and a sense of wry enjoyment that you simply don’t find in most other places. Noted for their logo design and work in the music industry, flicking through their site is fantastic visual epxerience. Tw. @alphabetarm