15 February 2001

Digest

Curious Oranj has developed and co-ordinated the design, advertising, direct mail and website for the three south of Scotland tourist boards’ promotional campaign, entitled First Aid for the Soul.

COI/ DBA meet over pitch battle

The Central Office of Information and the Design Business Association have agreed to meet to discuss the COI’s rostering arrangements and its practice of charging consultancies to provide information. There

Digest

Ibex Interiors has been appointed by Chase Manhatten to refurbish eight floors of the Finsbury Dials building in London’s Finsbury Street. The project, worth up to £4m, will be completed

George moves up to Endemol creative board

Victoria Real creative director Jason George has been promoted to the international creative board of television production company Endemol, which owns 50 per cent of the digital design specialist. The

Labour Party’s mug shot

When Design Week asked for a copy of the Labour Party’s new merchandising motif we didn’t expect a mug shot… but that’s what we got.

Digest

Illustration agency Illustration Limited is launching a website, designed by Ross Cacrae, to showcase illustrators’ 3D and animated work on-line at www.illustrationrgb.com.

Digest

Turnbull Ripley has created the corporate identity and marketing literature for software company CI Solutions.

Digest

Bell has created the brand identity, website and promotional campaign for Ascot Drummond, which claims to be the UK’s first on-line accountants for the micro business sector.

Pop

Where Colors and Rank, both profiled here, deal in authenticity and restraint, Pop deals in artifice and excess. The magazine, produced twice a year by Emap, is brimming with the

Brody to fight the Freedom Party

Graphic designer Neville Brody has accused Austria’s far-right Freedom Party of plagiarising a poster he designed to support the Tiananmen Square uprising and is taking legal advice on what action

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