Yellowstar has designed a new logo for the London College of Media and Music. The new identity is intended to update the college’s image.
The Crafts Council has become a “client” of the Arts Council, following a restructuring by The Department of Culture, Media and Sport to create a single, strategic overview for the arts.
Chase Design has created a new corporate identity for Dublin-based O’Brien Textiles. The company has been given a new name, a new brand and updated logo.
Verve Design has made use of evocative Moorish and Bedouin images as part of its commission to produce corporate literature for Po Na Na, the 24-strong chain of North African-themed bars and clubs.
Engineering group GKN has published its annual report for 1998. Designed by Stocks Austin Sice, the photographs of engineering components such as metal-worked suspension wishbones and helicopter tail rotors were taken by Robin Broadbent. ‘It is about repositioning GKN as a leader in the countries it works in. The black and white imagery against the white space is a reflection of its confidence,’ says SAS partner, David Stocks.
Kids’ snacks Dipstix are to be relaunched with a new hexagonal box produced by Applied Design Management.
A range of new literature for investment adviser Foreign & Colonial has been produced by Hero Creative. The imagery reflects the strong performance of Foreign & Colonial’s portfolio.
BBC Sport has unveiled new on-screen branding, created by
Lambie Nairn, to replace the globe image used to introduce sporting events for the past 12 years. The branding features intensified streaks of colour, to capture the speed and dynamics of sporting action, over a blue background. Variations on the theme for different regions or specific sporting events will be united under an umbrella BBC Sport identity, also by Lambie Nairn.