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Blink Productions commercials director Doug Foster has designed Breather, a sculpture and film installation housed at London post production house The Mill.

Jawa & Midwich has designed the sleeve artwork for Yoyocuts, a hip-hop collaboration between Slovenian record label Rdyo and UK label Buttercuts, released on 3 April. (pictured)

The Architecture & Design Committee of the Museum of Modern Art in New York has selected the Bague lamp to enter its permanent design collection. It was designed in 2004 by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto for Foscarini.

Interstate has designed a book to promote financial investment and support in Bahrain. Launched at the World Economic Forum annual meeting last week, the 106-page publication will be used by the Economic Development Board of Bahrain.

Tom Phillips, artist and chairman of the Royal Academy’s Exhibitions Committee, has released a book of the drawings and doodles he has made over agendas for numerous meetings and committee events. Called Merry Meetings, it is published by D3 Editions.

Manchester consultancy Mark has designed a fundraising pack for the Mines Advisory Group, intended to attract new supporters to the landmine action charity. The consultancy is also working on MAG’s annual review and exhibition.

Andy Edwards Design has created the logo for 60, an exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park from 18 March to 25 June,

celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Arts Council Collection of post-war and contemporary British art.

Superdrug is relaunching its lip balm range, with packaging designs by roster consultancy Davies Leslie-Smith. The design shows photographs of Superdrug head office staff kissing, to illustrate confidence in their lips. (pictured)

Blink Productions commercials director Doug Foster has designed Breather, a sculpture and film installation housed at London post production house The Mill. Eye ports, in the side of the one ton rusting steel-plate box, intimately reveal the video world within.

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