Following Neal Potter’s observations on the procurement of exhibition designers (Letters, DW 7 August), I would like to extend this debate to the many Lottery-funded museum/visitor attractions that are currently
The Royal Mail is in festive mode for August, introducing a range of stamps to coincide with the Notting Hill Carnival. The stamps, designed by photographer Tim Hazael, are the
Litchfield Morris has created a new identity for Raymond Blanc’s country house restaurant and hotel, Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, near Oxford. The Gloucester-based consultancy has just completed Le Manoir’s
Addison has brought in Jeremy Keohane to head up its electronic media service. Keohane was formerly at Bamber Forsyth Identity Management, and helped the group set up its electronic offer.
The Tate might introduce a new identity following a review of the gallery’s marque by Wolff Olins. – The Tate is building two new galleries.
Networking communications company Networks Unlimited has a new identity and corporate brochure by The Blueprint Design Company in West Sussex. The six-year-old client, also based in West Sussex, wanted a
Clare Dowdy delves into The Body Shop Book of Wellbeing to discover how the retailer is planning to take its branding and philosophy to the ultimate level.
We would like to clarify a few points relating to your article Virgin Ventures Too Far? (News Analysis, DW 24 July). – Although delighted to have won the paid pitch
Waterstone’s Writing about Art competition invites entrants to submit a previously unpublished piece of writing of no more than 300 words. The piece should provide a critical response to a
Conran Design Group, when I was involved with it, tried to design the interior of the Seville Pavilion for the DTI. Neal Potter was the lead designer, but even his
A redesigned daily news output for German public broadcaster ZDF went live last Saturday, to be followed by a new on-air promotion package. Design for both is by Ortmans Young
Design Council proposals to represent the design industry in Parliament are bearing fruit, with plans for a Parliamentary Group on Design and Innovation garnering support from companies such as Marks