2 December 2004

Final selection for South Bank brand

The South Bank Centre is planning to overhaul its identity for the first time in a decade to support a major redevelopment programme across its entire 11ha site. The new-look corporate identity will serve to brand all of the art and cultural centres located in the area, including the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, […]

Deliverance orders 20/20 identity

20/20 has been appointed to rebrand and create a new visual identity for the upmarket London takeaway service Deliverance. The branding work will support the company’s growth plans to open more kitchens across the UK for next year. 20/20 is tasked with developing a new identity for Deliverance that will run across all packaging, menus, […]

Air France KLM identities unite

Air France KLM has adopted a unified corporate marque, six months after the merger of the French and Dutch airlines, as predicted by Design Week in May (DW 13 May). The corporate logo (pictured below) first featured in a low-key manner in the holding company’s first half financial results, released last week. The identity will […]

Limited edition Mont Blanc pen to benefit Unicef

Jahn Lykouria Design has designed the packaging for a limited edition Mont Blanc pen to benefit the Unicef literacy programme. The studio has created a streamlined, solid acrylic box that holds the Hero Pen model and a bespoke ink pot. The box’s surface is etched with words written by the German poet Johann Wolfgang Von […]

Raise the brand standard

The branding of countries, regions and cities has become increasingly fashionable in the past decade as economies have gone global and a plethora of budget airlines has opened up mainland Europe to travellers. Last week, the City of Madrid commissioned Landor Associates to carry out its first major destination branding programme to attract tourists and […]


Past and Present – Jewellery by Contemporary Artists runs until 22 December and features work by Ron Arad, Ettore Sottsass and Georges Braque, among others. Venue: Louisa Guinness Gallery, 19 Elden house, 90 Sloane Avenue, London SW3. Prize-winning work by illustrators such as Nicholas Garland and Sara Fanelli is on show as part of the […]

New Philippe Starck shoe designs for Puma

Philippe Starck is set to add two vivid ranges of shoe designs to his collection for sportswear brand Puma. Next spring sees the launch of the Starck-Puma sandal, made from an injection-moulded, lightweight shell and a compression-moulded midsole. Its herringbone outsole has been designed to function on wet surfaces. Starck is also launching a collection […]

Call for entries

The Early Bird deadline to save 10 per cent on entries to the D&AD Awards 2005 is 17 December. The final deadline for all entries is 4 February. Info: www.dandad.co.uk Contact: kat@dandad.co.uk for further information.

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