D&AD in no rush to recruit chief exec

As it prepares to launch its 2008 annual, designed by Neville Brody, educational charity D&AD confirms it is still no closer to appointing a chief executive.

As it prepares to launch its 2008 annual, designed by Neville Brody, educational charity D&AD confirms it is still no closer to appointing a chief executive.

A spokeswoman for D&AD says the organisation is in no rush to fill the vacant top job, ‘but if the right person comes along we will appoint’.

The Brody annual, called Digital v Anti Digital, will be unveiled in London on 18 September at the Royal College of Art.

All the work will also be published online for the first time, in an online annual created by Kent Lyons.

As part of its 45th birthday celebrations, D&AD is also holding an exhibition on the design of its annuals.

Called ‘Pencil – 45 years of creativity from the D&AD annuals’, the show will also take place at the RCA in London, SW7, from 19-23 September.

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