European cable and satellite sports channels are blooming as the rise in subscription packages and pay-per-view deals impacts on coverage of sport throughout the Continent, drawing audiences away from traditional
Design has an important role to play in targeting so-called “alcopops” away from under-age drinkers, says the Portman Group, which has found evidence that some products still fall outside its
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Regarding the Bateman Brewery identity (First Sight, DW 9 August), I designed the Bateman logo from scratch nearly 30 years ago and used it on their bottle labels, beer mats
Smosarski & Partners has designed a new corporate identity for building materials and paper group BPB. BPB has an annual turnover of 1.
British Steel’s brief for Design House was to come up with a corporate brochure illustrating the success of the company since its privatisation. The aim was to reposition the company,
Habitat re-opens an extended and revamped Croydon store this week which aims to break a tradition of “impersonal” out-of-town stores, according to a spokesman. Design is by London architect Gerard
Directors snuggled up to each other, partners got their kit off and danced the flamenco, two designers mimicked a bull and staged the toreador scene from Bizet’s Carmen. Or something
The Victoria & Albert Museum may be strapped for cash, but it can’t be accused of neglecting classic artworks. Seven Raphael tapestry cartoons which have been under wraps since 1992
Outdoor clothing and equipment chain Millet’s Leisure is undergoing an image overhaul with interiors by Crabtree Hall and graphics by Davies Baron. The 160-strong chain is to trial the new
Tutssels has designed packaging and point-of-sale material for Solpaflex, a brand extension to SmithKline Beecham’s Solpadeine brand of pain killers. BT has taken out a temporary injunction against New World
The IGD’s code of practice was supposed to curb lookalike packaging, but patently failed in last week’s Kellogg’s/Tesco row.