Hugh Pearman talks to Sandy Nairne about his role as director at the National Portrait Gallery
Johnson Banks and ad agency Hooper Galton are collaborating on a revamp of homeless charity Shelter’s brand, as the organisation moves to clarify perceptions of its work. The project, which
Branding isn’t just the reserve of big corporations says Hugh Pearman
Brighton-based Eventer Design has been appointed to refresh the branding for furniture manufacturer Collins & Hayes.
The Body Shop must reinvent its ethical principles to appeal to today’s more sophisticated cosmetics consumer, designers claim this week, as the company moves to strengthen its marketing resource. Andy
Becs Andrews is the winner of The Linbury Biennial Prize for Stage Design 2003. Christa Noel Smith, Ben Stones and Adam Wiltshire were runners up…
Graphic designers Joel and Tom Lardner this month launch a limited edition biannual fanzine, Shrine, dedicated to ‘rock legends who have never been written about in the way they deserve’.
The Victoria & Albert Museum has unveiled plans this week for a £12m overhaul of the Theatre Museum, which will double the amount of exhibition space and open up the
…GR/DD has created exhibition graphics for the biennial award show, which is scheduled to take place at the Royal National Theatre on London’s South Bank this week.
I was delighted to hear that Rodney Fitch is to head Fitch Worldwide as its chairman.
Phew. What a scorcher. He went away because of the rising temperature and so was unable to buy his favourite weekly. He returned. His friend smiled knowingly.
Iconic 1970s brand Puffa is set to unveil a revamped identity by NB Studio as it moves to modernise its image and reclaim its brand equity. The identity will roll