Bluewave has developed the identity for the You Choose website, which goes live this week. The You Choose initiative is intended to raise awareness of HIV testing for gay males
Japan: Gateway to the Future will open at the Science Museum on 1 February featuring the latest advances in Japanese science and technology. Display International is creating the shell of
Holmes & Marchant International has filled its vacant creative director’s chair, after more than a year of looking, with former Tutssels Enterprise IG creative director of consumer brands Nick Hanson.
National Gallery News relaunches in February as two separate publications; a monthly calendar of events and a triannual season guide, with design carried out in-house.
In 2001, Agenda pitched in a tender for exhibitions work in the Daniel Libeskind-designed new Imperial War Museum North. It opens this summer in Trafford, near Manchester, and is part
Parker Williams has revamped packaging for Sainsbury’s entire Be Good to Yourself range, which launched last week. The consultancy, which is on Sainsbury’s packaging roster, was briefed to evolve the
Block Architects is designing what is claimed to be the first major exhibition on concrete, which runs from 26 March to 25 May at the Royal Institute of British Architects
Two furniture design courses are boycotting the Business Design Centre’s New Designers show in July and setting up a rival exhibition near London’s Business Design Centre. Students on the contemporary
Smith & Milton is designing the packaging for luxury food store and restaurant Villandry’s first own-brand range, which is scheduled to launch in spring.
The Stockholm Furniture Fair and Lighting 2002 take place from 6-10 February. The latest trends in Scandinavian design can be seen at the show, alongside around 50 special events including
Clients are always mindful of confidentiality, but restrictive client-consultancy contracts are unfair. They could also be in breach of the law
Tim Rich thinks an image collection of an executive going about his daily business is entertaining and thought-provoking, but has no idea who uses it