Design agency DJPA Partnership has redesigned the packaging and in-store concepts for Leonidas chocolate company. The new look packaging is available to buy in stores this week.
French graphic designer Sebastien Pinotie is winner of the 2005 Levi’s Digital Arts Award. His winning entry ‘BZZZZ’ was created using paper and pencil, and integrated into a Flash animation.
Niche has designed the brand identity for www.mywardrobe.com, an on-line shopping company targeting affluent 18- to 45-year-olds, launching this month. The work includes packaging, stationery and the website.
Red Bee Media has created three Christmas idents for UKTV – for UKTV Food, UKTV Bright Ideas and UKTV Style Gardens. The idents reflect UKTV’s Christmas Extravaganza theme.
Vibrandt has designed the packaging and branding for a range of mini bagels and breadsticks by Snack-a-Jacks, available from January.
Edinburgh consultancy 442 Design has created the visual identity for Shrub Hill, a £30m mixed-use scheme in the city by BL Developments. According to consultancy director Pete Fox, the identity softens the impression of the site – currently a disused bus depot – and references its 19th century use as allotments.
East London-based sculptor and furniture designer Luke Carson of No More Grey unveils his debut furniture collection in January 2006. The collection consists of eight limited edition pieces and is available for viewing and purchase in London, at Liberty, The Smudge Gallery and The Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen.
Graphic designer Fraser Muggeridge has created the exhibition graphics for Collect, an international contemporary art fair organised by the Crafts Council. It will be running at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London from 9 February 2006.