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New Work: ‘Co-ordinates’


London is one of the most mapped cities in the world. Unpredictable and complex, its gradual growth from a collection of villages to a metropolis has been charted endlessly. As part of London Design Festival dn&co are celebrating these cartographic iterations with Co-ordinates, an exhibition of A1 prints mapping London.

Domenic Lippa and Jeremy Kunze have designed Pentagram’s contribution to the exhibition. The print hangs alongside submissions from 25 of London’s top design studios, including Bibliothèque, Hingson Studio, Poke and Spin.

Equilateral: An Audiovisual Essay in Triangles

Founded in 1962 on humanitarian principles, Al-Dabbagh is a family-run organisation with a unique philosophy that balances earning with philanthropy to deliver impact and scale for the greater good. Having set targets for 2020, Al-Dabbagh asked Naresh Ramchandani and Domenic Lippa to create a film to communicate its unique ecosystem and ambitions.

Circular 18 Poster Giveaway


This week, we are giving away twelve signed, limited edition A1 posters by Domenic Lippa and Jeremy Kunze. The posters are inspired by four interviews in ‘Circular 18’, the latest edition of the Typographic Circle’s members magazine, which was also designed by Lippa and Kunze.

We’ll be giving away three copies of each of the posters every day until Friday on our Twitter. To be in with a chance to win all you need to do is retweet one of our daily Tweets about the giveaway.

Well-Designed Gifts for Every Budget Courtesy of Pentagram


It’s December. A month that is full of parties, drinking, deadlines, ironic jumpers and endless poultry. And, the annual crisis of choosing what to buy for your mother, your friends, your colleagues, your neighbour and your significant other

We know time is tight, and that end-of-year shopping is a nightmare, so in the spirit of giving, we’ve made a list of gifts, from Pentagram, to suit every budget.

New Work: Double Space for BMW


Every year, the London Design Festival (LDF) invites some of the world’s leading designers and architects to experiment with new materials and processes in landmark projects. These projects are focal points for the festival and are often in iconic spaces in London.

One of the landmark projects for LDF 2014 is ‘Precision & Poetry in Motion’ by Barber & Osgerby and BMW, an installation of two giant, curved mirrors in the V&A museum’s Raphael Gallery. The mirrors rotate at the top of the gallery, reflecting and distorting Raphael’s Cartoons and visitors alike.

Domenic Lippa and his team have designed a book to accompany the exhibition. The book uses mirrored typography throughout, from its packaging to its content. Its cover is made of mirrored board paper, further echoing its subject.

New Work: London Design Festival 2014

For the eighth year running, Domenic Lippa and his team have designed the visual identity and promotional materials for London Design Festival, one of the biggest events in the design world. Running from 13th-21st September across London with the V&A as its centre, the Festival includes exhibitions, talks and workshops about a range of design disciplines.

London is a huge and unplanned city where even the most experienced visitors can lose their way. This year Lippa is honouring London’s chaotic nature by challenging visitors to “Lose yourself in the London Design Festival”.