21 September 2006

Waterfall promises ‘fully digital’ D&AD

Future D&AD president Simon Waterfall (pictured), creative director of Poke, has confirmed that the organisation will become ‘fully digital’ by the end of his two-year term on the executive board.

Tokyo tactics

Japan’s insatiable appetite for design doesn’t make practising as a consultancy in a different culture any less of a daunting prospect. Michael Johnson enjoys the challenge and relishes the rewards

Young Vic returns with three theatres

The Young Vic reopens its doors on 11 October, with a revamped identity by Intro and interiors designed by architect Haworth Tompkins. The £12.5m complex will comprise three theatres –

Airside creates interactive installation

Airside has created an interactive installation called Insyde for the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. Commissioned by National Museums Liverpool for the city’s Biennial, the installation depicts a forest scene

Woodward set to open DBA awards show

Minister for Creative Industries and Tourism Shaun Woodward will open and speak at the Design Business Associaton’s Design Effectiveness Awards ceremony, which will be held at The Hurlingham Club on

Interbrand appoints David Jenkinson

Interbrand has appointed David Jenkinson as creative director, reporting to executive creative director Andy Payne. Jenkinson was previously design director at Enterprise IG and more recently a freelance for Figtree

The Havas and have nots

CDG’s chequered history of high-profile dismissals continues – so where will French holding firm Havas take its British baby next? asks Mike Exon

No place like home

You only appreciate the well-designed comfort-zone of home when, says Jim Davies, you leave it behind to enter the unknown… on the dreaded summer holiday Like a country curate, most

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