Bang & Olufsen chief designer David Lewis has unveiled his latest creation for the company, BeoSound 4 (pictured). The compact audio system offers a CD, digital radio and Secure Digital card slot for music storage.
Airside has designed animations for Golden Vale’s Cheesestrings product, which will form part of an advertising campaign created by marketing agency Quiet Storm.
Workplace equipment manufacturer Humanscale will launch its Liberty chair at Design Prima, which runs from 16 to 18 May in London. The chair is designed by Niels Diffrient and comes with a range of mesh styles, including Luminesce by Elizabeth Whelan.
London Transport Museum is releasing a book of 1920s and 1930s black and white advertisements, designed for London Transport by Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious. The 48-page title, Away We Go!, is published by Mainstone Press, with an introduction by museum head curator Oliver Green.
Superdrug is introducing an own-brand tooth whitening product this month, called White, with packaging designed by Surrey consultancy Biles Inc.
HP Foods is launching a range of barbecue sauces, with three ‘woodsmoke’ flavours – Classic, Spicy and Honey. Packaging designs are by DJPA Partnership.
Haley Sharpe has developed a CD-Rom for the Learning and Skills Council, aiming to raise awareness of safety issues at work among 14- to 19-year-olds and apprentices. The design uses cartoon characters to illustrate health and safety issues.
Pink is one of four new colours Motorola has given to its iconic PEBL handset designed from its Korean studio. Other colours include blue, green and orange.