Sampson Tyrrell gives Tarmac good grounding

The Tarmac Group yesterday unveiled its new Sampson Tyrrell Enterprise-designed corporate identity. The new identity – a radical departure from the old logo Design Research Unit first created in 1964

Brief is the interactive Web site going on-line now to accompany compilation album Future Funk. Intro designed Future Funk’s CD graphics, point-of-sale material, posters and a TV commercial. The group

SKB cuts back design roster

The UK packaging roster for SmithKline Beecham Consumer Healthcare has been reviewed, with the number of groups listed falling from ten to six. Smith & Milton Original, Klause Wuttke and

Tourist board takes on 999

Design has been booked by the Scottish Tourist Board to design its 1997 guide. The Glasgow consultancy triumphed in a four-way unpaid creative pitch against three Edinburgh groups. In what

Germany awards IDEO

Product design group IDEO is being lauded as Design Group of the Year 1996 by Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Germany. It is the first time a non German design

Saul Bass

If heroes exist, then Saul Bass, who died last week, was certainly one to generations of graphic designers since the 1950s, not least to myself. Simply by playing truant from

Persil opts for human touch

Persil washing powder has a new packaging identity designed by Graphique. The Middlesex consultancy has worked on Persil projects for seven years, but won a three -way paid creative pitch

Harpin joins Haymarket team

Paul Harpin has joined Haymarket Magazines as director of design. Harpin, who took up his new post last week, will work with editorial director Mel Nichols across the company’s existing

Latest articles