Mastercare, the after-sales organisation of electrical retailing group Dixons, has a new identity designed by Light & Coley.
Portland has designed new merchandising units for champagne brands Mo&235t & Chandon and Dom Perignon.
DMB&B Design has created the packaging for the Mars low-fat chocolate bar brand Flyte.
The Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry’s 1997 Master’s Medal has been awarded to RSA Student Design Award winner Henrik Madsen from the University of Northumbria for his futuristic bridge design for the Thames.
The Disney Channel has a new logo and on-air look in the US, developed by Lee Hunt Associates, with input from London group English & Pockett, Cherry Bomb Studios in New York and Cuppa Coffee Animation from Toronto.
Architecture collaboration Orange has created the interiors for a new post-production facility in London. Tinderbox’s first-floor Soho office was the victim of a recent refurbishment which had ‘expunged it of character’, says a company spokesman. Orange was briefed to create a relaxed interior for the reception area and three editing suites, reflecting the ‘new school’ attitude to post-production. The interiors aim to be quasi-domestic as staff will be working well into the night, the spokesman adds.
Van den Bergh foods has relaunched jarred cooking sauce Chicken Tonight with packaging by Springpoint.
Lippa Pearce has designed graphics for the Typographic Circle’s Creative Alliance talks, the UK leg of which is being held in London on Tuesday. Details from Elvis at Real Time Studio on 0171-544 4600.