Furniture exhibited at the Cologne Fair came in an inspired mix of materials and a wide spectrum of off-beat colours.
Purple Circle has created the identity for a pub quiz aimed at landlords, called Jumbo Quiz. It offers prizes of up to £40 000.
Brewer Riddiford has redesigned the identity, packaging and all related material for family-owned natural cereal company Jordans. The revamp is understood to be the client’s biggest investment in design. The
Boots the Chemists is pulling the plug on its men’s grooming salons, following last year’s launch of two pilot stores, and is rolling out unisex health and beauty concepts instead.
The Typographic Circle begins their 2001 series of talks with Tom Hingston on 8 February. Hingston has produced work for recording artists such as Massive Attack and Robbie Williams. Tickets
Grade Design Consultants has designed the Putting Ideas Into Action school pack, which tells children how to start environmental schemes for charity Living Earth.
Insect has created the branding and identity for The Future Laboratory, a trends forecaster that launches in spring. The three founders of the company come from the worlds of fashion,
News has reached Diary that a well-known personality, occasionally spotted wearing cycling shorts and cowboy boots around fashionable areas of the capital, is considering a possible move in to brand
WPP GROUP has named its “brand expression” offer Enterprise XP, to sit within The Brand Union alongside Enterprise IG. Enterprise XP is designed to extend the group’s relationship with clients,
Conran Design Group has created the mail order menswear catalogue for Italian fashion group Artigiano and the latest brochure for German appliance manufacturer Neff.
Anglo-Dutch consultancy Djpa has created the packaging for Dutch supermarket Konmar’s 1300-strong own-label products range. The identity and interiors are by Dutch group Michael Peters Group BV, which is no
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