A 3.5m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund is to allow the foundation of a flagship centre to celebrate Glasgow’s appointment as UK City of Architecture and Design in 1999.
Nightclub group Ministry of Sound has teamed up with Dennis Publishing to produce a new monthly magazine for the clubbed-up generation. It will launch on 4 December. The magazine has
South African group KSDP Pentagraph has designed global packaging graphics for Fanta. The pack has launched in Thailand, and will appear in South Africa, Germany, Korea and Spain before rolling
Design group Graven Images has achieved that pinnacle of design success, usually only achieved by projects for British Airways and privatised utilities – tabloid outrage. Under the headline “WE WUZ
MMA Group, the international organiser of major sporting events, is to introduce a new identity created by London consultancy Root Associates. Coley Porter Bell has designed packaging for a new
Laurence King Publishing in association with Creative Review release Bored/Board this month. Written by Patrick Burgoyne, the book is the latest in a series of graphic titles and explores the
Leading private healthcare rivals PPP and BUPA are both now believed to be developing high street retail formats. – Both groups confirm they have development plans in the pipeline, but
The British Heart Foundation is unveiling a new identity created by Newell and Sorrell. – The original logo “no longer encompassed the range of the charity’s work”, says Maxine Smith,
Peter Walker points out in his letter to Design Week (DW 19 September) that “commercial life only moves forward if there is a fair balance between seller and buyer”. The
It’s no great surprise that there hasn’t been a massive hike in pay rates in design over the past 12 months, even though the industry has taken an upward turn,
It is not outraged tabloids which Real Time has to worry about following the launch of its marque for the British Tourist Authority, but broadsheets. Letter writers to The Times
Design Week and Major Players have again trawled the design industry to find what people are paid. The results are promising. Are you netting the right sum?