Briefs

Friday 21 June The Wilford Stirling Wilford exhibition is the first opportunity to see the work of Michael Wilford and Partners since James Stirling’s death in 1992.

Debonair identity finally takes off

Debonair, one of the UK’s newest airlines, has finally launched with a corporate identity programme designed two years ago by Foster, Stevens, Secunda. The consultancy was bought out this February

Expo ’98 signs winner

Japanese designer Shigeo Fukuda’s signage designs have been chosen for Lisbon’s Expo ’98 after a paid creative pitch (DW 7 June). The designs will be used on about 60 signs

DoH 38-strong roster

The Department of Health is this week due to announce a 38-strong design roster after an anonymous credentials pitch involving 320 consultancies.

Briefs

HJ Heinz has launched its baked beans on to the Russian market with can label design by BPC International. A can for the Polish and Czech markets by BPC is

Riders of the storm

Janice Kirkpatrick loves nothing more than the thrill of burning some rubber on her Ducati. But the pleasure of the open road is becoming an anachronism – now the average

Earwigging

‘I worked on the goldfish sound’ A tongue in cheek Barrie Weaver on his input into the Response 2000, which allows you to record any sound to replace the traditional

John Sorrell receives CBE

John Sorrell has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s birthday honours. The honour is for Sorrell’s services to design – both through Newell and Sorrell and via his chairmanship

Brief

Chemical giant ICI has a new reception area at its Millbank headquarters designed by Morgan Lovell. The consultancy relocated the area to the front of the building and designed the

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