14 April 2005

Tea break

A new strain of decadent, Continental-style café is on the up, and it’s a refreshing alternative to formulaic high street café chains, says Hannah Booth

Knowles opens gallery for women

This week saw the opening of an art gallery for female artists, the Bedale Gallery at London Bridge. It is the brainchild of Beverley Knowles, who acquired the space in

Qube branding for Festival of Ideas

Bristol-based Qube Design has created the identity for the Bristol Festival of Ideas, an event taking place next month to encourage debate on arts management and cultural planning. The festival,

STUDENT SHOW

The Oberon Awards Exhibition, which takes place from 13 to 24 April, showcases works by communication art and design students who were invited to illustrate a popular book title. Venue:

Next step for Camper identity

Camper creative director Shubhankar Ray is redesigning the Spanish shoe company’s graphic identity and logo system. The designs will be based on a concept about ‘walkers, lovers and friends’ that

New bases will take Digit global

Interactive consultancy Digit is planning to open bases in China and New York in order to serve its clients across multiple time zones. The developments follow a number of key

Hemisphere adds colour to EQ

Metier, the former National Training Organisation for the arts and entertainment industry, relaunches this week with a name and brand identity created by Manchester design consultancy Hemisphere. Now called EQ,

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