Marketing Alternatives has created the identity guidelines for Mercedes-Benz retailers, encompassing the use of print, on-line and broadcast media.
The winner of Formica’s Student Design Competition is Glasgow School of Art final-year student Hyun-Hee Kang, who receives the £1000 prize money.
Greenhill McCarron has created a bilingual identity for The Corporate Governance Forum of Turkey, an initiative about to be launched by Sabanci University and the Turkish Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association. Set up to promote the issue of corporate governance, the group has created Turkish and English versions of the identity, which will also serve as […]
Ottakringer, Austria’s second largest brewer, has launched a party and beer shop in Vienna, with interiors and graphics created by 20/20 in what is a €350 000 (£238 000) project for the group.
Conran Design Group has created the MFI show house at the 2004 Ideal Home exhibition, which opened last week.
It was remarkable to see a Buckingham Palace lunch attracting as much coverage as last Thursday’s event. But then it was special in that HM the Queen did her bit for the sisterhood, inviting some 180 female high-flyers from executives to actresses, scientists and a supermodel to lunch with her at the palace. It was […]
Until 8 April, Innovation Centre features work from projects in areas such as: smart textiles, design against crime, cities for people; and conceptual developments in new areas that include: visualising data, the living house and sensory design. Venue: Central St Martins College of Art and Design, 107-109 Charing Cross Road, London WC2. Inspired by graphic […]
Robson Dowry has created a wedding brochure, the Wedding Portfolio 2004, for Ede and Ravenscroft, the men’s tailors. The work reflects a growth in male interest in ‘the finer details of planning a wedding’, says a Robson Dowry spokeswoman.
Speaking on behalf of the Design Business Association, I feel the Design Council’s latest study gives the UK design industry a long overdue and massive boost of confidence (DW 4 March).
Obesity has always been a growing problem, but now it’s firmly on the rise. A possible ‘fat tax’ could finally see the UK put its money where its mouth is. But can design help us lose the right kind of pounds? According to recent research by Mintel, one in four of us (or 13 million […]
Budding artists at the Hayward Gallery can try their hand at being Roy Lichtenstein, thanks to an innovative reproduction of his image duplicator device for projecting images on to a wall. Just don’t take it too seriously, like the person spotted there in the comic book superhero costume.
Retail lighting specialist Russell Lipscombe has left Into Lighting Design to work on an independent basis. He will not be replaced.