17 April 1997


Watch out, the canvassers are about. And those for the Labour Party look keen to woo designers. Not only is Labour the only main party to specifically mention design in

Post production

Designing a commemorative stamp for the Royal Mail could be summed up as ‘small space, big job’. However, as Liz Farrelly discovers, the rewards can be lucrative

Lisbon banks on HLS team

Lisbon’s Crédito Agrícola banking group was after something simple for its investment bank. Central Banco de Investimento’s new identity had to be easily understood and work in a conservative market.


Congress House, the TUC’s London headquarters, is embracing new technology with a multimedia installation which is based on a video projection promoting the aims of the trade union organisation. Designed

Greatest show of the year?

Comdex is the name of the latest computer show, actually the IT event of the year, says the blurb – along with the UK Internet Show and Object World. They

Archaeological sites to be brought to life

Exhibition designer John Sunderland is claiming a technological breakthrough with a device that will enable archaeological sites to be more accessible to the public. Called TimeFrameTM, Sunderland’s invention incorporates a


‘I can’t even change a plug’ – John Sunderland, inventor of the multimedia TimeScaleTM archaeological interpretation system – – ‘I know bugger all about PEPs.

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