Haringey Adult Learning Services has launched a new identity created by freelance designer Jeremy Cole.

Sainsbury’s is to introduce an easy-grip bottle, designed in-house by manufacturer Wells Soft Drinks, for its own-label squash range. The bottle has recesses cut into the side to allow easier pouring.

Redhouse Lane has designed and produced the latest recruitment literature for textiles giant Courtaulds, as part of its drive to attract more high calibre graduates. The brochure will also be used on Courtaulds’ website.

Four IV Design Consultants has created packaging, swing tickets and labelling for Feng Shui, a new product range for retail client Wax Lyrical.

Rover Group has launched a website for sports car brand the MGF, created by AKQA. The site allows users to customise their virtual car by choosing colour, interior and wheel options on-screen.

Olçar Tosun is not design director of Edward Briscoe Design, as reported last week, but managing director of independent group Wildhorse. Wildhorse does provide strategic consultancy to EBD, but Tosun is not an EBD employee. The incorrect information was supplied by EBD.

Ronnie Scott’s – almost certainly the UK’s most famous jazz club – is to introduce a new identity by Cog Design to celebrate its 40th anniversary. The identity will see widespread use in promotional material for a series of celebratory events throughout the year. These include three-night residencies by famous artists at the venue in London’s Soho.

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution chose to launch its new logo at last week’s London Boat Show. Commissioned to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the RNLI, the identity will feature on a wide variety of promotional material including 48 sheet poster sites. The marque was designed by Corporate Edge.

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