Throughout the world, the way people drink vodka is changing. Swedish vodka brand Absolut has responded to this trend with an orange-flavoured vodka, dubbed Absolut Mandrin. The branding has been
Bangor design group Darragh Neel Associates has designed the new corporate identity for Sheridan Group, a leading property developer in the leisure industry in Northern Ireland and Eire. It will
Oh goody, something new to bleat about other than the BA tailfins. Further to Elan Fleisher’s apt descriptor “Feh” (Letters, DW 10 September) I say and Woe and Doh!
British Bakeries is launching its first pre-packed sandwiches under the Hovis brand, with packaging by design consultancy Tomorrow Associates.
Design and exhibition design group Crystal Visions is set to open a new office in the US on 1 October.
The Department of Trade and Industry has started its trawl for candidates to take over from Design Council chairman John Sorrell, when he steps down at the end of the
Thirty-three graphics stars have signed a manifesto urging the international graphics community to reverse their priorities away from pure commercialism to “more useful, lasting and democratic forms of communication”. The
London design group HGV has created the identity for a new office furniture range called Neo, launched by manufacturer Desking Systems. The group won a three-way credentials pitch to create
Thomas Cook Plus is an 840sqm out-of-town warehouse concept, designed to inspire customers and provide a stress-free environment.
Tesco has slashed the number of groups on its design roster by half after deciding it contained “too many” groups for it to work with. Following a creative pitch for
Dan Fern’s predictable reply (Letters, DW 3 September) to your astute observations of the state of graphic design at the Royal College of Art (Comment, DW 20 August) further saddened
It’s amazing how short our memories have become in these busy times. But few can claim the brief attention span of Sean Blair, out-going Design Council design and communications director.