Australian group FHA has created the name and identity for Orica, the Australian branch of ICI that was sold off last year. The logo is intended to appeal to a
London café and restaurant chain Caffe Nero has appointed two design groups to facilitate an ambitious nationwide expansion plan.
The chief executive of a new unnamed water body, charged with responsibility for naming and identity (DW 13 February), knows she has her work cut out. The lady in question,
The Conservative Party is to approach leading UK designers to create a replacement for its long-serving torch logo, and is considering ditching its traditional blue in a bid to appear
Matthew Valentine tackles the book How to Draw and Sell Comic Strips and is saddened to find that his artistic skills may limit his earning potential.
In your latest issue I noticed an interesting piece on Destroy (All the Rage, DW 6 February), the exhibition at London’s Royal Festival Hall covering the Punk counter-revolution of style.
Last call for bets on the Dome contents. The New Millennium Experience Company has promised to unveil details by the end of February. Will more than 750m be spent on
Designers in Cardiff are to benefit from a 20m multimedia complex planned for next year. – The “village” is at the heart of a 2.
Marek Grabowski, creative director of communications consultancy The Hub, is currently excited about the advent of digital television and TV-based Internet access. But he’s not sure the station owners will
The Government has released some of the names of the “cutting edge” talent which will exhibit at design showcase Powerhouse UK in April. The show, to coincide with the Asia-Europe
Janice Kirkpatrick looks at the forms of expression entering the language of design – vocabulary both engendered by, and helping to shape, new styles
A new proposition is being launched to explain and humanise the European Union. The concept, which has been initiated, researched and created by Twelve Stars, is based around a super