12 April 2001


Design Directory: Great Britain, by Penny Sparke, is published by Pavilion Books on 19 April. It is part of a series of books exploring countries with strong design backgrounds. Priced

Smallfry lights the way with Basta bikes

Product design group Smallfry has designed a range of rechargeable bicycle lights for Dutch-owned bike accessory brand Basta, which will be launched in UK stores from the autumn. Smallfry won


SAS has designed the annual report for aviation services and materials technology provider the BBA Group. The report, launched last week, is published in print and Web formats.

S Club 7 grows into WMH identity

Pop band S Club 7 is set to benefit from a wide-ranging brand makeover, the first fruits of which is a new identity designed by Williams Murray Hamm. The logo


Digital media group Entranet has launched a free digital news service dedicated to the digital TV industry, www.entranet.co.uk, which will be available from this week, on subscription.

Identica brands Conad range

Identica has designed a range of organic products for Italian supermarket Conad, which launch in Italy next week. The consultancy, originally appointed to work with Conad six years ago, was

Design Starck effect is a monkey puzzle

Explaining design to the non-initiated often falls to a few well-known industry figures. Philippe Starck attempted to clarify a few things for The Independent’s readers last week. He was asked


Yolanda Zappaterra talks to designer Koji Mizutani about his work and involvement with Selfridges’ forthcoming Tokyo Life, London Life exhibition.

Clinic identifies Government bid

HM Treasury and the Cabinet Office is launching the identity for a departmental programme called Invest to Save Budget, created by Clinic. The ISB initiative has been set up to

Hare beats dog for new GoBarkingmad ident

The BBC’s in-house design team, BBC MediaArc, has created on-screen branding idents for greyhound racing channel and website, GoBarkingmad. BBC MediaArc was appointed without a pitch by Internet development company

Miguel opts to leave Coley Porter Bell

Coley Porter Bell creative head Allison Miguel is leaving the consultancy “to do her own thing,” according to sources. Her role will be taken on by creative directors Stephen Bell

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