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The UK’s second biggest shampoo and conditioner brands Organics is relaunching with a 15m TV advertising campaign. The new packaging for the Elida Fabergé range is by Brown Inc.

The UK’s second biggest shampoo and conditioner brands Organics is relaunching with a 15m TV advertising campaign. The new packaging for the Elida Fabergé range is by Brown Inc.

Dawson Meadows Design has developed the new corp orate identity for Folgate Insurance. The group has also worked on Folgate’s literature, including a new corporate brochure, annual report and exhibition stand for the Countrywide Insurance Conference in Birmingham on 15 April.

Gulf airline Qatar Airways has unveiled a new corporate identity created by Davies Baron. The consultancy came up with the logo and livery and expects to implement the look to other aspects of the operation.

TV antiques fervour continued this week with Monday’s launch of BBC2’s The Antiques Show, complete with a title sequence and graphics designed by BBC Bristol’s graphic design and post production unit. Designer Andrew Hunter and director Tracy Jeune follow a clock on its journey from Georgian England to the present. Surrounded by objects and people of the various periods of time, the clock is finally disposed of in the 1980s before finding its way to an antique shop window. The graphic design team is now working on a booklet and a website to accompany the series.

Paper group Tullis Russell has launched its new corporate identity developed by Bamber Forsyth. The new identity brings the group of four companies under one umbrella.

Preston consultancy The Point has designed the annual report for the Cowie Group. Conceptual Photography by Keith Beardmore highlights the four core divisions within the group – motors, bus operations, bus and coach distribution, and finance. The Point has just retained the British Nuclear Fuels annual report, following an unpaid creative pitch. The report, due in August, will be The Point’s second report for BNFL. The consultancy has also retained the Kwik Save Group report.

Cairnes Design has created the National Express Group’s 1996 annual report

Timothy Guy Design is creating the corporate identity and imagery for the new arts and entertainment complex Hall for Cornwall. The centre, being built with 4.7m of Lottery and European Development funding, will provide the south west with a building to host events from opera to rock concerts.

Tetley Tea has changed its pack design. The new ‘pouring shot’ pack is by Haines McGregor.

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