News in Pictures

Manchester consultancy Reform Creative has designed the Annual Report and Accounts for Shisha, an international agency for Asian arts and crafts. (pictured)

Crush Design & Art Direction has created invitations for the Arts Foundation Awards – to be held at Pentagram’s London office on 26 January – designed by Chris Pelling and Helen Crawford White.

Manchester consultancy True North has reworked the identity of Cosgrove Hall Films to celebrate the

animation company’s 30th anniversary.

New arts and culture magazine Garageland launched on Friday, edited by Cathy Lowmax and art directed by Yolanda Zappaterra.

Fishing charity Marine Stewardship Council has launched a marine-themed pack of cards – developed with Watershed Design – featuring illustrations by 54 artists, including Anish Kapoor, Quentin Blake and Damien Hirst.

The Dutch Post Office has unveiled a postage stamp, by UK architect Fat, featuring its bicycle surveillance hut – the curiosity is sited on the beach front at Scheveningen, near The Hague.

Zip has designed the logo and promotional material for the Folk Britannia weekend festival, which commences on 2 February at the Barbican centre in London. All illustrations are by Chrissie Abbot.

The A-Team is back, in the form of a limited edition tea towel, designed by Very Studio. The towel, depicting a graphic representation of Mr T, was shown at Top Drawer Spring, a giftware, fashion and accessories trade fair, held this week at Earls Court in London.

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