With the boundary between design and print becoming blurred, it is increasingly important to understand the latest changes in the print industry. Tony Brown tells his side of the story
Joe Sedelmaier continues the British Design and Art Direction President’s Lectures. Sedelmaier began his career as an art director and has since written, directed and photographed two award-winning short films.
The newly appointed board of London department store Liberty has cancelled the retailer’s ambitious and expensive 30m refurbishment programme. The directors describe the plan as “a huge commitment for a
Retail design group 20/20 is integrating its multimedia arm 1/2/1 into the main business and giving it a more strategic slant. The restructure will lead to “a couple of redundancies”,
US identity group Diefenbach Elkins is finalising the acquisition of two design groups in Europe. The consultancy, which is owned by The Interpublic Group, bought the then Davies Baron last
Damini’s is a fashion retailer with a new format store aimed specifically at the UK’s second-generation Asian population. It sells contemporary Asian fashions from a Western style environment. The owners
The future for store formats designed by John Herbert Partnership and Section D for fashion chain Fosters Menswear is unclear, since the chain went into voluntary administration last week. JHP
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Resisting humour about the CSD is difficult, though. Recent mail from the organisation to Design Week has been addressed to Morven Cooke. If collective memories here are correct Cooke, a
Not content with developing a new range of disposable vases, and then flogging nearly a million of them to Tesco and Safeway in time for Valentine’s Day, Catalyst Developments has
Retail specialist Redjacket is starting to make its mark against high-profile rivals.
Redjacket has created a store format for Daminis, an east London retail group catering to the UK’s “second generation” Asians. The chain plans to break into the mainstream, and managing