The Partners is working to finalise the brand identity for Insight Investment, the newly renamed asset management arm of high street bank HBOS, as the brand gears up for a
Plan-B has designed the identity, stationery and website for business consultant The Thinking Box. The work launches next week.
Edinburgh-based consultancy Redpath has been appointed by bookseller Blackwells and its subsidiary James Thin to design in-store graphics and merchandising at its Scottish branches. Brand integration between the two companies
Kids, when will they ever learn? Black Pig has designed the first edition of a 36-page newspaper written and produced by ‘young people’, as well as creating the website (www.the-paper.org),
The next Interiors Forum takes place on 23 July. This house believes that multidisciplinary agencies provide the future for clients is chaired by Design Week editor Lynda Relph-Knight. Contact: adam.fennelow@design
Greene Design has created a 16-page Harley Davidson merchandise catalogue for supplier De-Lux Merchandise, which launches this month. The commemorative catalogue, which has been created in support of Harley Davidson’s
London’s new City Hall opens next week, with office interiors by Alexi Marmot Associates.
Never averse to showcasing raw talent, the Institute of Contemporary Arts is bringing the work of American filmmaker and photographer Richard Kern to London. A series of stills from his
Designers Thorsten Franck, Rachel Kelly and Droog Design will all exhibit new work at the Applied Arts Agency’s exhibition Flat Pack. Work on show includes Franck’s collapsible furniture collection Build-in-a-minute,
The Department for Education and Skills and the Design Council are calling for entries to the Furniture for the Future scheme, designed to deliver innovative products into the school-furniture market.
New York’s Museum of Modern Art has been temporarily housed in an old stapler factory in Queen’s; Hugh Pearman is concerned that it looks like a car showroom
More accustomed to the sweat and noise of actual clubs, John Cooper pops by a new exhibition that attempts to capture the club spirit in a gallery