Unlimited Design has created a ‘bold, circus inspired typeface’ for its packaging for Mr Brain’s Faggot Range.
Fitch has designed interiors, a 4000m2 department store and a 100-seat cafÃ© for a new 10 000m2 shopping centre for Doha in the Gulf state of Qatar.
New law firm Curtis Davis Garrard has an identity and brochure designed by Bristol’s The Big Picture.
Pharmaceuticals company Glaxo Wellcome, building materials firm Blue Circle Industries and insurance group Commercial Union will all have 1996 annual reports designed by Bamber Forsyth.
London’s Redhouse Lane has designed A Guide to Protective Security for Department of Health staff who need to protect Government information.
Industrial designer Victoria Adcock has joined Frazer Designers from Lucas Industries in Lancashire.
Full-colour photography of gymnasts features in The Grand Design’s brochure for UCB Bank, which aims to break into the private finance for social housing market.
London’s Assorted Images won a paid creative pitch to design promotional material for the Royal Academy’s exhibition Mantegna to Picasso. ‘It’s a fantastic opportunity to see art owned by rich Americans,’ says consultancy director Kasper de Graaf. He targeted an audience which is ‘predominantly middle-aged and from a cultured background’. Fonts based on Gill typeface Joanna feature on posters and invitations to the show, which runs from 9 November until 23 January.
WPP Group chief executive Martin Sorrell has qualified for the 2.8m first tranche of bonus shares under his five-year incentive deal linked to WPP’s share price.
Simon King is Imagination’s director of visual communications. He does not work for Fitch, as stated last week (News Analysis, DW 13 September).