Winkreative founder Tyler Brûlé is to present a forthcoming TV series on global consumerism. The six-part BBC 4 show – Counter Culture – goes on-air on 19 January. Brûlé examines
The Chase has designed an animation for Land Securities Marketing Suite to promote the property developer’s 40 Eastbourne Terrace office building in London’s Paddington.
Buckingham Palace has announced details of a design competition for a memorial to the Queen Mother to be sited off The Mall in London. The project’s budget is £2m and
Mastercard is launching a series of large-scale illustrated posters in major airports worldwide, created by London design consultancy Airside. The project represents the largest set of illustrations yet commissioned by
After some delay, ITV is finally set to launch its new screen identity, designed by Red Bee Media. Scott Billings looks at the implications. The launch of ITV’s new screen
Diesel is planning to open a new flagship store on London’s Bond Street this April. The two-floor 52m2 store is being designed by an in-house team that has incorporated the
Mergers and acquisitions among independent design groups have kicked off with a bang in 2006, with two key deals completed since the first week of January. Public sector design specialist
Creative & Cultural Skills has appointed Annabel Praeger as its industry skills director for design.
Interbrand has appointed Olivier Perrard to the position of retail director of its French operations. He will report to its chief executive for France, Jean-Baptiste Danet.
Boots the Chemists is launching its second range of ‘fashion’ sandwiches, called The Collection, with a packaging design by Davies Hall. The Autumn and Winter collection reflects the current fashion
Dunlop Tyres is embarking on a new brand strategy this week, created in consultation with Fitch. The move comes in a bid to capitalise on the lifestyle market and attract
Wolff Olins chairman Bryan Boylan denies that the consultancy parted company with its US chief executive Eric Scott because he would not make redundancies (DW 6 January).