Warp Records, the electronica label, is due to unveil an innovative website – www.bleep.com – this week that makes its 2500-track back catalogue and all future releases available as on-line
Bushells, the London estate agent chain, is undergoing a rebranding project with Stocks Austin Sice. The design consultancy refresh follows an audience research programme and includes revisions to the identity,
The fate of Trafalgar Square’s empty plinth is the subject of Nykris’s website, to coincide with the launch of the National Gallery Exhibition of prospective artworks for the vacant space.
Design Distillery has put together a website for corporate restructuring advisers Talbot Hughes McKillop. The site is live at www.thmpartners.co.uk.
Cinema-goers will see FutureBrand’s identity for Vue, the renamed Warner Village chain, from this weekend as an English & Pockett-designed launch commercial hits the big screen.
Marshall McLuhan’s insightful catchphrases are food for thought, but if you strip out the context they read like literary fast food, says Quentin Newark
The National Geographic Channel is set to launch a microsite game at www.ngeurope.com/mars, to promote its Mars: Dead or Alive programme, which is scheduled to go on air next week.
Carter Wong Tomlin has created an identity for the London Velodrome, the city’s historic track cycling circuit at Herne Hill, as the venue seeks to peddle back some of its
Cabaret Mechanical Theatre, until 11 January 2004, is an exhibition of automata and moving sculpture, including old favourites – such as the man in the bath of spaghetti. There is
The Agile Bank, an interactive showcase for BT Finance Industry Solutions’ corporate clients, has been created by Redjacket. It aims to profile the next generation of high street retail banks.
I’ll Keep Thinking, edited by Alexander Payne and designed by Nick Crosbie, offers an insight into Inflate, for which Crosbie designed numerous domestic objects. Published by Black Dog Publishing this
Somewhere Totally Else – The European Design Show is the first in a series of biennial exhibitions featuring the most exciting design projects that have been unveiled over the past