Frozen food manufacturer Findus is to launch a new range called Crispy Pancake Bites aimed at the children’s market. Packaging is by Design Bridge.
Capital Housing Project, a London charity which helps young homeless people, has an annual report designed by Burnett Associates.
Pifco Holdings, the company famed for its hairdryers, is to unveil a new plastic jug kettle next month. It has apparently invested a seven-figure sum in the design, but will not reveal the name of the designer.
London graphics consultancy Area has merged with Swedish practice Architecture and Media to create a multidisciplinary group called Area & Associates.
Edward Briscoe Design has created a media campaign for MoneyGram, an instant money transfer service from Thomas Cook.
Paper White has designed the literature for ConvaTec’s new product launch, a wound-care dressing called DuoDERM.
A new charity set up to raise funding for investment in Scotland’s communities has an identity by Quorum Graphic Design in Glasgow. Chief executive of the Caledonian Foundation is Frank Binnie, who resigned from his position as chief executive of Scottish Design earlier this year.
Tucker Clarke-Williams in Stockport has designed this year’s annual report for the Ministry of Defence’s postal courier services agency.
CSD Scotland is promoting its Alberto Alessi guest lecture with a poster designed by Randak in Glasgow. The poster features the better-known Alessi kitchenware – including the lemon squeezer, the toilet brush handle and the kettle. ‘The word Alessi is set in its own surreal product landscape and visually represents the thinking behind Alessi,’ says a Randak spokesman. The lecture will be held on 13 September at the Barony Hall in Glasgow.