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Equanimity, a holographic portrait of Her Majesty The Queen by Chris Levine, featuring sound installations by Leanda Brass, is being unveiled this week at Westminster Hall, London.

Hulger has designed two new handsets, Penelope (right) and Pip (left) for use with mobiles and PCs.

Brown Ladder Kiss is part of Robert Ryan’s latest exhibition See The Job, Do The Job, taking place at Brighton arts venue HedSpace.

Strathclyde University graduate Alan Boyd has won the Glasgow 1999 Design Medal 2005, for his solution to combat the spread of hospital-acquired infections, with this portable hand-washing device.

Jones Knowles Ritchie has redesigned the packaging of The Silver Spoon Company’s range of sugar and sweetener products under the Silver Spoon brand. The design introduces a colour-coded theme for the products, breaking with the traditional blue and white colours used in sugar packaging.

Newenglish has created the branding for East, a contemporary Indian restaurant in Leicester, designing the interiors, signage and marketing materials.

London consultancy Niche has overhauled the brand identity and retail design of Singapore fashion retailer Phuture London to help it compete more effectively with Western fashion chains in the Far East.

Selfridges is installing an 8m- high helter skelter as part of its in-store Christmas shopping experience in London. It has been designed by event production consultancy Timebased and launches on 5 December.

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