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Cracker brand Jacob’s is relaunching its eight-strong plain cracker range under a new umbrella graphic livery created by PI Design International.

CD Partnership is expected to pick up design work for two new Sir Terence Conran restaurants: a rooftop venue in London’s City; and a former fruit and vegetable market redevelopment in Manhattan, New York.

Suffolk’s Keeble & Hall has designed the review and annual report for the Eastern Arts Board. The board comprises seven counties within the East Anglian region, and all the illustrations in the report are from artists and events through the regions. The brief from the board’s new chief executive Lou Stein was to create a fresh, bold approach to reflect ‘a new era for the seven counties in the Eastern Arts Board region’.

Granada Hospitality has appointed Glazer to design the range of promotional and point-of-sale material across its 39 motorway service areas. Glazer won a credentials pitch.

Loewy International and Jan von Holstein’s consultancy Sta&#235l have completed a joint project designing the identity for Leipziger Messe, the new German exhibition centre. The identity is being implemented by German designers to Loewy International and Sta&#235l’s

Batchelors Original Savoury Rice and Rices of the World ranges have new packaging designed by Cheltenham’s FLB.

Umbrella Design has designed the National Farmers Union corporate brochure, combining farming’s traditional values with a business image.

The qualifying period for products entered for the furniture category of the 1997 Design Week Awards has been extended to 31 October to take account of launches at this week’s Orgatec show in Cologne. Products completed between 1 October 1995 and 31 October 1996 now qualify. The overall entry date has been extended to 1 November. For details, call Katie Stainton on 0171-734 0770.

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