Grotty youth hostels could be a thing of the past if a design-led concept now being developed in London proves a hit with its 20-something target audience. Entrepreneurial company Captive
‘Stylish, modern design’ is how Camra’s Louise Ashworth describes Rebellion’s award-winning bottled beers. These include a blonde, German lager-style ale; Red, a traditional bitter; and a white Belgian-style wheat beer.
Money talks. And us hacks are always keen to investigate the financial investment that clients make with consultancies. In other words, ‘what’s the fee?’ is a question we like to
Hannah Booth makes the most of the elusive English summer and visits two temporary outdoor installations in London’s Hyde Park
Roundel has designed packaging for the Halfords range of electric inflators and fire extinguishers. The packaging features straightforward photography, colour and copy to deliver the ‘what you see is what
We have yet to learn the full story behind his dismissal, but Michael Wolff’s shock departure from The Fourth Room has unleashed yet another high-profile mature designer on to the
Simple, clean typography characterises Ringwood’s many bottled beer labels and pump clips, and with names like Boondoggle it would have to. All graphics are by Poole-based group Michael Stewart Design
Cambro Products next month launches its Swipes range of disposable wipes, designed by SMR Creative. The work includes the creation of the Swipes brand name, in addition to visual identity
How Magazine is calling for entries to its International Design and Interactive Design Competitions. Work produced between 1 January and 1 September is eligible. Contact: www.howdesign.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
As everyone knows, pedal power is the quickest way to get around our capital city. Now the London Ambulance Service has launched a traffic-busting team of bicycle ambulances to cover
Claydon Heeley Jones Mason art buyer Emma Syrett and Process photographic agency director Kim Pappas are curating an exhibition of images that explore the theme ’emotion’. Over 50 photographers, including
The corporate branding industry is in need of an image overhaul to try to alleviate public scepticism of it. Tim Rich looks at the extent of this identity crisis