National brewer Greene King relaunched its Beer to Dine For product last week, with a brand identity and packaging by Design Bridge. A carafe-style bottle aims to encourage diners to ‘bring beer back to the dinner table’, says consultancy account director Claire Leitao. The same shape, combined with a fork piercing the word ‘beer’, reinforces dining cues on the drink’s label, she adds. Design Bridge beat two other groups to the project following an unpaid pitch in September 2003. Consultancy design director Ian Burren and creative director Neil Hirst were creative leads on the project.
The likes of David Shrigley and Chris Simpson have each recalled their favourite moment from the football competition, turning them into beer mats for charity.
Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street charts the rise of sports shoe, with exhibition design from InterestingProjects and graphics by Studio LP.
The London studio has created a 1920s-inspired visual identity and bespoke bottle structure for the latest line from Sacha Lichine.
The exhibition, designed by Edit Collective, charts the history of the non-hierarchical design co-operative, capturing the process behind its work in a series of domestic settings.