A question mark designed by Baxter Hobbins Sides has been chosen as the on-screen identity of new channel Challenge TV.
Management Horizons Design has created a store environment for denim retailer Best Trading. The design has been installed at three shopping centres and four further openings are planned.
Asda’s in-house design team has designed the packaging for its new fragrance George 1.
Aukett Associates shareholders last week approved the rights issue announced last month (DW 22 November), aimed at restoring the quoted architect’s capital base.
Jordans Cereals has launched a 90 per cent fat-free snack, called Jordans naturally seasoned chips. Design, name and positioning for the two varieties are by Design House and new flavours are in development. The consultancy has also redesigned Jordans Country Crisp luxury cereal.
Cato Consulting Group has appointed four new directors. Emma Fric, David James, Catherine Geraghty and Merryl Catlow have been promoted from within the company.
Live Music Now, a charity founded by Yehudi Menuhin, has a new identity by London group Blueberry, which donated its services.
Architect Herzog & de Meuron this week opens a UK office at London’s Bankside Power Station, which the Basel-based group is transforming into the Tate Gallery of Modern Art.
Tutssels’ Glenn Tutssel has followed up his design of last year’s stamps depicting children’s TV characters with a new set, this time celebrating the work of great botanical illustrators. Released on 6 January, the set of ten first class stamps comes with 20 greetings labels. The stamps feature the work of five illustrators from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries – Georg Dionysius Ehret, Alfred Chandler, Augusta Innes Withers, Charlotte Caroline Sowerby and Pierre-Joseph Redoute. Meanwhile, Michael Wolff and advertising agency head David Abbott have both joined the Royal Mail’s Stamp Advisory Committee.