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The Age of Rossetti, Burne-Jones and Watts opens today at The Tate Gallery. Installation design is by Jasper Jacob Associates in conjunction with graphic designer Philip Miles.

Fuller Smith & Turner has developed an autumn ale, called Red Fox, following the success of its three other seasonal ales. The identity was created by Design House, which has handled concepts for the entire range.

The Royal Society of Arts is calling for entries to its annual student design awards. A total of 48 projects, including the new engineering design category, will be shortlisted. Call 0171-930 5115 for entry details and deadlines.

British Sugar this week launches Spreadable Icing, a new fat-free product in three flavours. Packaging and branding are by Coley Porter Bell.

Sweden’s newest satellite channel has an on-air package by Novocom. TV8, a news and information channel, started broadcasting yesterday. The ten-second main ident takes the viewer through multi-layered environments where surfaces display electronic information along with financial and news imagery. The project was handled through the Los Angeles consultancy’s London arm and the animations were completed at Novocom’s Hollywood facility.

Bath College of Higher Education has become Bath Spa University College. Its new identity was created by the college’s graphic design graduates Robert Duncan and Rachel Godfrey.

The Birds Eye Real Potato frozen range has new packaging by Springpoint, designed to “communicate Birds Eye’s enthusiasm for potatoes”, says a Springpoint spokeswoman.

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