The Attik has redesigned packaging for Bisto Foods’ Saxa Table Salt and packaged two new variants.
Umbrella Design created Lee Cooper’s exhibition stand for the 40 Degrees show at London’s Earls Court. The stand ties in with the client’s 2.5m advertising campaign, launching at the end of the month.
Travel specialist Bridge Travel Group has a new identity by Sheldrake Green in London. The consultancy has also created new identities for product brands.
Merrydown’s flagship cider brand, Vintage, and its grape drink, Shloer, have been repackaged and modernised by Lloyd Ferguson Hawkins. Relaunched this month, the brands are aiming for a younger audience.
Next week will see the opening of the National Portrait Gallery’s new gift and book shop, designed by Four IV. The 110m2 basement store marks the first of two phases of improvements to retail and catering facilities at the Trafalgar Square institution. The store has been structurally changed, with limestone flooring, oak cabinets and bronze metalwork introduced. Next year a new basement cafÃ© and book shop, also designed by Four IV, are set to open.
DIY chain B&Q has appointed design group Redhouse Lane to design and produce the retailer’s staff magazine, Talking Shop, and to create a recruitment brochure, which launches in October.
Industrial design group Rodd has created Eureka, a hi-tech system for detecting underground waterpipe leaks, for Hampshire client Primayer. The launch of the product coincided with Government demands to cut down on leaky pipes.