Johnson Banks has teamed up with the Victoria & Albert Museum to produce ten maps charting the inspiration of ten luminaries including designer Paul Smith and musician Florence Welch through the museum’s collections.
New software application Creative Barcode is launching, which claims to allow designers pitching for work to guard against intellectual property theft.
Smith & Milton has redesigned the packaging for Crabtree & Evelyn’s fine foods range.
Household has created the Christian Louboutin concession in the women’s shoe salon at Selfridge’s department store in London.
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Farrow has been appointed as graphic partner to a Camper-branded yacht that will enter the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race.
There is surely no excuse for designers in London not to get out of the studio next week and sample some creative events. It isn’t often we get the chance of informal ’professional development’ offered by the London Design Festival – and many of the activities are free.
Cog Design has created a new identity for the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, which is set to reopen in a new building next year.
Together Design has created launch materials for new editions of Oxford Reading Tree, a book range from Oxford University Press for primary schools.