Some of the UEFA identities created by Design Bridge and featured in First Sight last week were incorrectly reproduced due to technical difficulties. The logo for the Cup Winners Cup is shown here. The three youth tournament logos should have had disc backgrounds, as on last week’s cover.
Peter Singleton, formerly at packaging consultancy Innovators, has joined United Biscuits as new packaging development manager.
Wagstaffs has redesigned the can and multi-pack livery of Carlsberg-Tetley’s Skol lager brand.
The Sign Design Society is calling for entries to its 1994/5 awards scheme for commercial, directional and architectural signs. Details from Sheila Torrens on 01582 713556.
Quarton Baldwin has designed a gift watch and case to celebrate the second birthday of Guildford Spectrum leisure centre.
Geest, the fresh fruit company, has won the annual report category of the PLC Awards, sponsored by Coopers & Lybrand. The report was designed by Ingleton Thomas.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is offering Design Week readers Ãº5 entry to an evening lecture by Christopher Wilk on 20th Century furniture. Call 0171-938 8407 to reserve a ticket for the 29 March event. Such lectures are usually restricted to Friends of the V&A.
Pemberton and Whitefoord’s work on Tesco’s pastas and sauces won a silver star at this year’s StarPack awards, not a bronze as stated last week (DW 10 March).