22 August 2002

Exhibitions

Catch the last two days of an art show dedicated to humour, featuring Simeon Farrar’s Michael Jackson installation and Derrick Welsh’s obscene embroidery at The Joke’s On Us, until 23

Digest

The Design Dell is creating a campaign to raise awareness of London’s Camden Lock. The campaign aims to re-establish the area as a centre of excellence for independent retailers.

Digest

Vivid Creative Communications has designed Christmas menus for Burtonwood Brewery. The menus, supported by posters, will be distributed to Burtonwood pubs from this month.

Reebok sizes up interiors revamp

Reebok Europe has appointed Marketplace to create a fresh interior look for its chain of stand-alone stores in a bid to promote the brand’s heritage and diversity. The appointment follows

Isokon Plus

Isokon Plus has collaborated with designers from three different genre’s to create three products which will launch at 100 per cent Design in September.

Media recovery warning by WPP

WPP group boss Sir Martin Sorrell has reiterated his warning that global media markets will not recover strongly until 2004, on the back of a 17 per cent fall in

Digest

Crescent Lodge has created a website and one-off national press campaign for the London Institute to boost student recruitment during the annual post-A level scramble for university places.

Digest

Children’s retailer Adams and Save the Children UK have launched Where’s My Peg, a new initiative aimed at taking the fear out of starting school for the first time. The

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