The work of light artist James Turrell will feature in the inaugural exhibition of the Louise T Blouin Institute, a 3300m2 space that opens in Notting Hill, west London, on 13 October (www.ltbfoundation.org). The exhibition runs until February 2007.
Gibson is designing the packaging for the Art of Noise CD box set, which will be released on ZTT Records on 21 August. The design work includes a 40-page booklet about the history of the band.
London design duo People Will Always Need Plates has taken Modernist architecture as the vehicle for a series of bone china plates that all demonstrate the golden section principle. They will be on display at Vessel Gallery in London W11 from 21 September to 31 October.
Extreme Drinks is launching a range of fruit-flavoured ‘vitamin mineral waters’, with packaging designed by Dragon. Illustrations are by Steve Wilson.
The new University of the Arts London visual identity is by graphic design students Antoine Choussat and Zamir Antonio, both studying at Central St Martins College of Art and Design. Lloyd Northover launched an internal student competition as part of a two-year consultation to rebrand the organisation.
Designed by Raw Nerve, this sofa will be showcased at the Royal Exchange from 4 September, in partnership with the London Design Festival and London Youth Support Trust.
Fold7 has designed the in-store graphics for Molton Brown’s limited edition beauty product Amber Cocoon, which launches in September.