12 March 1998

A question of pants?

My thanks to Tim Rich for “coming out” (Private View, DW 6 March). I feel I must join him, being a similar age. I too do not remember being particularly

Lesbian Line winning logo

London Lesbian Line has adopted a new identity following a public competition. The winning image is the work of Sarah Cook, a designer at Design Consultants in Bristol. The charity


Interbrand Newell and Sorrell has secured an appearance by spoon-bender and future-gazer Uri Geller for its next Utopian Night lecture. Perhaps the group will benefit from his expertise with prediction.

Cook unveils exhibits

Foreign Secretary Robin Cook was yesterday due to unveil a display of contemporary design at his office in Whitehall. The aim is to showcase UK design to his visitors. The

Design is the key to expansion of media

To mark the first of a regular multimedia section, Steve Bowbrick explains why designers are best placed to lead the digital revolution – semantics notwithstanding. Steve Bowbrick is chairman of

BDG McColl opens office in Hong Kong

London-based design group BDG McColl has opened a Hong Kong office to provide a base for projects for clients in the Asia Pacific region. The eight-strong team, which started operating

French coffee branded in the UK

Packaging for French coffee brand Café Sati has been updated by Tutssels @The Brand Union. – The new branding is intended to reflect modernity, posterity and quality across the seven-strong


The Steel Packaging Design Awards encourages design students to recognise the potential of steel as a packaging material. Winners will receive a yellow pencil award from British Design and Art

Drinking in a battlefield

Matthew Valentine samples the delights of a new bar where the clientele pit their wit and dexterity against each other in a bout of computer gaming.

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