Rhodes Design has created the identity and graphics for Topshop’s own-brand cosmetics range Topshop Colour, which is being tested in 30 stores.
Former Design Museum trustee Ian Hay Davison, chairman of McDonnell Information Systems Group, has been appointed Pro-Provost and Chairman of the Council of the Royal College of Art, succeeding Sir Michael Butler.
Crossroads, a charity which supports carers, demanded of design group Wilson Grange that its annual report tell the world what care in the community really means. The Lincoln consultancy has responded with a two-colour document which makes prominent use of photography by Tuxford-based Dick Makin. Wilson Grange worked on the document with copywriter and voluntary sector marketing communications consultant Anita Maunsell.
Elmwood has designed the identity for Photo ’98, the 1998 Year of Photography and the Electronic Image.
The Royal Albert Dock Trust has been awarded 8.9m by the Lottery Sports Fund for a rowing course and regatta centre in London Docklands. The club house and boathouse are by Ian Ritchie Architects.
Not-for-profit organisation Business in the Community has a new corporate identity designed by Fishburn Hedges.
Having completed the new Valentino store on London’s Sloane Street (DW 25 October), Hosker Moore & Kent is designing a Valentino shop in Moscow, to open next spring.
Arschavir Walker has designed an identity for Want To Pass, a new Surrey driving school run by Paul Want.
Paper White has been appointed to design the publicity material for the Royal Academy’s exhibition Braque: The Late Works, running at the London gallery from 23 January.