Planet has designed a new can and fount for Holsten’s premium draught lager.
Tilney Lumsden Shane has promoted Roger Edey to be a board director after seven years with the consultancy.
Sainsbury’s has added to its Nature’s Compliments toiletries brand with new packaging by Reed Design. The range now consists of more than 50 products.
European co-operation helped design this new brand of vodka, initially aimed at the German market. Designed by Belgium’s Pineapple Design and the UK’s Scott Libby Heming and Link Design Development, the job included graphics and the bottle shape. Moët-Hennessy and Davidoff created a joint venture for the project and are assessing the German reaction before looking at a wider roll-out. The bottle’s shape aims to encourage consumers to touch it.
Quadraphic Design has created new brochures for Canon Audio and kitchenware retailer Hogarth & Dwyer.
Vision in Sussex has designed a new corporate identity for graphics paper and film supplier Papergraphics which is being applied to sales literature, signage and a brochure.
Lighting Design Partnership founder and managing director Andre Tammes has been appointed visiting professor of light and lighting at the Bartlett School of Architecture, Building, Environmental Design and Planning, part of University College, London.
Fashion chain Warehouse is introducing new literature, including this Christmas 1995 brochure/poster designed and art directed by Andrew Egan, who last month launched new consultancy Egan Melia. His new partner Colin Melia is a graphic designer who has worked for David Davies Associates and Lapot Limited. The Warehouse work includes art directing the store’s current brochure and designing a Warehouse personal organiser, which goes in-store this week, in conjunction with HROC.
Blue Marlin has created new packaging for Duerr’s preserves across 18 marmalade, jam and curd products.
Bamber Forsyth has appointed designers Matthew Tollis, previously at Arnatt Abrey Associates, Bryan Edmundson from Imagination and Jo Shackleton from Addison’s Madrid office to its now 16-strong creative team.