Hemisphere has designed a visual identity for Manchester-based arts and culture public relations agency Lethal Communications. The logo plays on ‘lethal’ words with a non-aggressive resolution: ‘harm’, for instance, becomes
Enterprise IG has revamped Sputnik Vodka’s identity, as brand owner Russian Vodka House moves to tilt the drink toward the premium end of the on- and off-trade market. The new-look
Design Week is launching a three-day summit to bring design groups and clients together. To be staged in Cardiff from 20-22 October, The Design Buyers’ Forum is a development of
Aubrey Kurlansky Design has reworked the Parliament Choir’s visual marque, following a brief to play down the ‘stuffiness’ associated with Parliament. The portcullis symbol has been relegated to a mark
The prime minister’s inbox will soon be swamped by e-mails from animal lovers far and wide, thanks to a letter-generating ruse by the RSPCA to support the Animal Welfare Bill.
As the Routemaster reaches the end of the road, Hannah Booth looks forward to next week’s 50th anniversary rally in honour of a design icon
A report published this week by Design Partners and the Creative Exports Group highlights an abundance of opportunity in China for UK consultancies within the industrial design and interiors fields.
Trish Lorenz checks into a variety of hotels across a broad price spectrum – from budget to boutique. They all have one aim in common: giving the guest a memorable
Nesta’s Creative Pioneer Programme is now open to applicants with degrees in art, design and architecture and moving image sectors. It aims to support 50 individuals, offering them a paid,
An exhibition of badges – entitled Status Symbols: Identity and Belief on Modern Badges – opens at the British Museum on 22 July. The show has been designed in-house by
Ryness, the London-based lighting and electrical goods chain, has appointed The Nest to revamp its retail estate and create in-store communication materials as part of moves to expand and modernise
The Global Business Pass project launched by Volcano in last week’s issue of Design Week was worth a £250 000 fee, not £25 000 as reported.