The next issue of Design Week will be published on 9 January 1998.
A new book of advertisements shows some of the campaigns we never saw as, for a variety of reasons, they were rejected. Matthew Valentine takes a look
Mike Murphy’s letter (DW 6 November) illustrated my point completely – people can go to college as long as you like but you’re either creative or you’re not (Letters, DW
Edward Briscoe Design has created travel agent Thomas Cook’s stand at the Travel Zone exhibition at Midland ’97. The interactive stand is aimed at increasing brand awareness of the Thomas
London new media design group Antirom has relaunched Guinness’ website with input from WPP-owned advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather.
The hallmark of genuine creativity is that it casts a new – often unexpected and refreshing – light on a subject. This applies as much with the sciences as it
The Football Association has appointed Design Bridge to revamp its existing portfolio of brands and position new initiatives planned for next year. The group was appointed following a two-way credentials
This is the last call for entries into the 1997 International Design Competition organised by Curtis Fine Papers before the 31 January 1998 deadline. Open to designers and printers from
The Burton Group and Littlewoods have yet to choose a name for their home shopping joint venture. Discussions regarding the operation’s identity would follow the announcement of a name, says
With 1997 nearly over, Williams Murray Banks director Richard Murray is no doubt hoping that a New Year will bring him better luck while on his travels… In South America
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