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Kestrel, a Cyprus-based information management firm, has been given a new identity and literature by Brickworks, to be unveiled on 1 February.

Zulver & Co has created a range of literature and direct mail for The Law Society.

London & Continental Railway is on the brink of announcing which of eight shortlisted consortia will convert St Pancras Chambers, London, better known as the Midland Grand Hotel.

Information technology company Delphi Group has appointed Corporate Graphics International to design its 1997 annual report.

The Bonsey Design Partnership in Singapore has appointed Caroline Cheetham, formerly with a division of the Financial Times Group as business development consultant.

DIA has created these new pack designs for Stafford Miller’s Sensodyne toothpaste range. They are intended to look modern and encourage more frequent use, says DIA chairman Barry Salter.

Royal College of Art visiting lecturer Chris Orr fills the post of professor and course director of printmaking at the college. The position has been vacant since the death of professor Tim Mara in August 1997.

London banner design group Dimensions has launched Cigogne, a new frame for fabric displays created by French designer Christophe Gillet and developed with architect Michael Dowd of Dimensions. The frame is formed of six high-tensile carbon rods, a steel base plate and steel cable, which all fits in a zip-up carry bag. It is designed to be assembled by one person in five minutes.

On-screen specialist Ortmans Young International has brought in a new director, Steve Ellis formerly at Westcountry Television.

A ‘significant rise in meat avoiders’ is behind a new range of vegetarian meals from British Pepper & Spice, supplier of seasoning products to the major UK supermarket chains. The Good Harvest range is packaged by Light & Coley, and is aimed at the predominantly female target market seeking easy-to-prepare vegetarian dishes. Colour is used to differentiate the four main varieties of the range, while consistent formats provide a family resemblance.

The Design Business Association launches its recruitment service tomorrow. The Internet service can be accessed at designjobs.com. The site was created by DIA.

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