News in brief round-up
Felton Communication has created a sexual health campaign for charity Terrence Higgins Trust. The ‘Happydom’ retro-style posters are used to promote using condoms, and will be displayed during the Olympics and major gay summer festivals in London. According the consultancy the ‘Summer Lovin’’ posters use ‘Austin Powers-style’ graphics.
Holmes & Marchant has appointed Jodie Cavaye and Michelle Bradbury as account directors. Cavaye joins from Copas Traditional Turkeys where she worked as sales and marketing manager for seven years; while Bradbury has previously worked at 1HQ as account director.
Nike’s in-house design team led by global design director Andy Walker has created a pop-up Nike+ FuelStation store and clubhouse in Clapham, London, which will be open until October. Based on the digitally enabled retail space at Boxpark, the space offers a Trial Zone where people can try Nike products; NIKEiD terminals where consumers can design footwear and apparel; running clubs and consultations. Exterior floors use a raw material made from recycled athletic shoes.
Tom Edington has joined Portland as a senior designer on the environments team led by Lewis Allen. Edington will initially be working on Travelex projects.
Japanese artist Makoto Azuma has created the packaging for champagne house Perrier-Jouët’s Belle Epoque Florale Edition. The artwork uses a botanical arabesque illustration dotted with white Japanese anemones to reference the original 1902 design.
Wonderland WPA has created new packaging for coffee brand Percol. Owned by Food Brands Group, Percol is marking its 25th anniversary this year.