MFI marketing director Jon Rosby speaks to Trish Lorenz about his commitment to mass market retailing while employing a design-led approach
Diversity has created a leaflet, poster, advertising and exhibition graphics for Nottinghamshire Police’s witness intimidation campaign.
Zulver & Co has created an identity for fledgling outdoor media specialist Prime Impact. The work, which launches this week, also includes a website and marketing material.
Visual Thesaurus: a quick-flip brainstorming tool for graphic designers by Chris Goveia, who has also designed the book, is out now, published by RotoVision, priced £24.99. One for the kids:
Wagstaffs Design has created a brand identity for Paddington Waterside Partnership to help promote the west London area as a premier business and residential district.
Equals has created the 2003 brochure and marketing materials for children’s book publisher Puffin. The work, which includes leaflets, invitations, exhibition graphics and merchandise, is based on the concept of
Hugh Pearman is so far disappointed with BBC 2’s Designing the Decades series, which he thinks does nothing to explain design
Interstate has designed the corporate identity, strapline and a website for Ford TeamRS, a new division in Ford’s product development arm.
While Hugh Pearman acknowledges huge advances in design and technology effected by wars, he is in conflict with the dearth of spin-free war exhibitions Weapons. They’ve always been taboo in
Outdoor retailer Graham Tiso has appointed Edinburgh-based Northcross to design interiors at its latest store, the first time the retailer has worked with a design consultancy. The 372m2 store, which
Beat Creative has designed the logo for start-up environmental consultancy Vocatis. The logo avoids the ‘clichés of green leaves’ to differentiate the company from ‘staid competitors’, says Beat
Photography, video and installation work by Serbian and Croatian artists forms an insight into the emotional turmoil of the two countries during wartime from the perspective of artists who remained