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New aviation construction project management company Vector is rolling out its identity designed by HGV in London. Vector is part of the Bucknall Group.

The London Course Guide has been relaunched as On Course, with cover design by London’s Aubrey Design.

London graphic designer Jason Ellams has designed a new identity for the ten-year-old Aids charity Crusaid.

‘Putting the pleasure back, putting the passion back and putting the pretty back’ was Lewis Moberly creative director Mary Lewis’ driving force for the pack design of Pretty Polly’s new Italia range of hosiery, which will go in-store in August. Lewis worked with the client’s creative director Trevor Beattie, creator of Gossard’s Wonderbra advertising, who says that Pretty Polly now ‘aims to do for legs what Wonderbra does for the cleavage’. The photography is in black and white.

Michelle Power and Susan Byrne from Buckinghamshire College of Higher Education have been voted Students of the Year at the British Design and Art Direction’s 1996 Student Awards for their work in the postcard advertising category.

Orbiter, a new customer loyalty programme for West Anglia Great Northern railway, has a membership card and literature designed by Derby’s The Flying Squad.

CDT Design’s sponsorship of the Tate Gallery’s Art Now series has won the group a Financial Times/Association for Business Sponsorship of the Arts award for best new art.

Springpoint has created the identity for Aldeburgh Festival of Music and Arts’ 50th Anniversary Appeal, being launching this week to raise 1m.

Design Bridge did not design the graphics of the Heinz Baked Beans can, as stated last week (DW 5 July).

Consultancy and software supplier for mobile telecommunications networks Mobile Systems International has a new identity by Uffindell & West.

Pictured is Bentley Holland & Partners’ new corporate identity for the London TEC Council, the regional co-ordinating body for the eight London training and enterprise councils. Launched last week, the identity incorporates graphic images representing north, south, east and west London. The project includes implementing the identity on to stationery, a newsletter and an exhibition system.

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