Scotland’s largest estate agent chain, Slater Hogg & Howison, is introducing a new corporate identity designed by EH6.
‘A pink feather to tickle your fancy, a condom to play it safe or a pair of cherry lips to kiss your desire?’ offers Still Waters Run Deep, which enclosed
Ensure your desk is facing the door so you can see who is coming in. Sit with a solid wall behind you as this will increase your feeling of being
Writing letters is clearly not my forte. I do apologise for upsetting motorcycling DW readers, (DW 5 January). I do like motorbikes and owned one for many years – a
Emilio Luca, a fictional Italian shoe designer, is the brand name of a new collection of shoes launched by British Shoe Corporation this week. The brand name, identity, packaging and
The decision to set up a Computers in Teaching Initiative (CTI) centre for art and design (News, DW 26 January), is a welcome move. However, your article implied that Ravensbourne
Signage aimed at kids often copies either Jackson Pollock-style scribbles or Beatrix Potter cuteness, and pointers for adults can be just as clichéd. But Beverley Cohen outlines three projects where
The Museums Interiors Conferences Exhibitions Group (MICE) has acquired CAD group PT Barclay & Partners in a 450 000 deal, including 200 000 to clear outstanding debts.
The extremely fashionable anti-fashion magazine Blow has been redesigned by London design consultancy 10×5. The designers – including James Hodgson, Stephen Turner and Todd Turner – have worked on parts
Landor has created the name, identity and packaging for Kodak’s new brand Advantix, which incorporates the Advanced Photo System. This involves frame-by-frame developing and printing techniques for better photographs. The
Carter Wong’s wind-up frog, a spin-off from the group’s concept designed for the 1995 British Telecom Swimathon, has graced designers’ baths for a year now. And the consultancy was set
That journal of strange phenomena, Fortean Times, goes monthly from May, when it introduces a redesign handled largely in-house. Art director Etienne Gilfillan has gone from two- to four- colour