The five best design links, every weekday


Formula 1 unveils new identity by Wieden + Kennedy London

The new identity cements a year of change for F1 as it hopes to re-engage its global fanbase.

The Art of the Wu-Tang Clan

Creative Review talks to RZA and Mathematics of legendary hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan about its logo design, album artwork and fashion lines.

Apple releases new identity for Apple Music

Apple Music's new visual identity fills note symbol with artist-related imagery.

Getting Started With Type Design: A Personal Journey

Have you ever wanted to make your own typeface? First-timer Mathieu Triay offers up some insight into creating type yourself.

An Introduction to North Korean Design

Made in North Korea is a fascinating look at graphic design in the secretive state ruled by Kim Jong-un and the Workers' Party of Korea.

CR's Top 20 logos

With the help of our readers and industry experts, CR compiled a list of our Top 20 logos: here are the stories behind each of them. This content was first published in our April 2011 issue and is available online now for the first time with additional and updated content

Mondo's head of design Hugo Cornejo on designing a digital bank

In October last year, a survey by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority revealed that over half of banking customers in Britain had been with the same current account provider for ten years. In the same study, over a third said they had been with their bank for twenty.

Brexit: How design made the difference

I've been talking recently about how design makes the difference for brands. And now, a month after the EU Referendum, I can think objectively enough to say that design had a big impact on that result too. When it comes to design and branding, ballots are rare occasions when the return on investment becomes crystal clear.

Will sexist emoji soon be a thing of the past?

Creatives in New York have launched a She-Moji keyboard with 400 female characters while Google has revealed a new set of female emojis for Android From crying with laughter to hands in the air, emoji are now firmly entrenched in our visual culture.

Designing PJ Harvey’s Hope Six Demolition Project

The brand line surgery

“Remarkably touchy lot, designers”

Fred Gelli on branding the Rio Olympics

What’s behind Budweiser’s new look?

Graphic Designers Surveyed

McDonald’s new-look, stripped back packaging

Keeping the customer satisfied

Because the internet: MTV launches GIF and meme-inspired visual identity

Charlie Hebdo: Illustrators and cartoonists respond

Sagmeister and the 'bullshit' around storytelling