1 October 1998

Haven celebrates with Enterprise IG rebrand

Rank Holidays has relaunched subsidiary Haven Holiday Parks, the UK’s biggest holiday park operator, with positioning and identity by Enterprise IG. Although the company has been profitable and had a

Sea wins graphics bookshop job

Arts bookseller Zwemmer is opening a new bookshop, billed as the world’s only bookshop dedicated exclusively to graphics, typography, product and industrial design, and commercial spaces. The interiors are by


Fuel for Thought runs in conjunction with the Architecture Foundation’s competition, A Car-free London. The exhibition, which aims to raise awareness of technical innovations and alternatives to the car, runs

Deepend goes to Hong Kong

Deepend has designed the graphics, website and CD-ROM for High-Definition, an exhibition produced by the British Council showcasing cutting edge design for digital technologies. Shelton Fleming created the three-dimensional design

Dome contents need more real content

If officialdom responds at all to the rather quaintly described “polemical pamphlet” In Defence of the Dome, it will doubtless dismiss its authors – James Woudhuysen, Penny Lewis and Vicky


Recent work by Ron Arad can still be seen until 12 October. Some of the pieces on display were exhibited at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair in Italy. This tall

Case study: The Partners and b2.

Calm images, a soft blue colour, not exactly references to make you think of financial services. But that was the whole point of The Partners’ approach to creating the identity


Blast’s second annual report for the British Tourist Authority combines the contemporary with the traditional. It depicts Britain ‘as a place to experience rather than to just come and see,’

Identity parade

Many corporate identities have sat unchanged since the early Nineties. Helen Jones sees mergers, business confidence and globalisation now setting the wheels in motion for change.

Case study: The Workroom and RefAid

The charity sector has become far more sophisticated about its marketing during the Nineties. As competition between charities has grown, they have recognised the need for a more professional and

‘No change’ at B&Q

A spokeswoman for B&Q says the proposed merger between the group and French DIY outlet Castorama, will not lead to either company changing its identity ‘for at least the next

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