23 August 2001

Clean-up identity for Westminster

London’s Westminster City Council is on the hunt for a consultancy to rebrand its waste collection and cleansing service – the third largest in the UK. The council has shortlisted

Fish spawns Unisexy hair products

Independent central London hairdressing salon Fish is launching its own-brand range of unisex hair products, called Fish Unisexy. The range will be available in larger Boots the Chemists stores and

Planetnewmedia wins website jobs

Planetnewmedia has racked up a double win with its appointment to redesign Club 18-30’s website as well as to create the website for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Radical Fashion

Digest

Circle.com has appointed Tim Jones as business group director at the group’s Bristol office, three weeks after it announced a restructuring programme that will see redundancies made next month.

Front Runner

Mike Exon profiles Nike creative director Sergio Lozano to find out how the company is keeping pace

Dream On

Are you waiting for something that will turn your ideas into a money-spinning reality? Nick Smurthwaite dips into The Bag of Inspiration

El Pais

Pentagram partner Fernando Gutiérrez is at pains to point out that his recent work on El Pais, Spain’s most prominent daily, isn’t so much of a ‘clean’ redesign so much

Havas extends bid for Tempus

Havas Advertising has not raised its bid for Tempus Group as speculated, following a higher offer over the weekend from WPP Group worth £437m. In a statement released yesterday, Havas

Digest

The Fan Radio Network, a group of radio stations broadcasting a mix of entertainment and football, launched last weekend, branded by Bamber Forsyth. Football clubs with radio stations include Chelsea,

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First look at London Design Festival 2018

This year’s week-long celebration of design will see installations by Kellenberger-White, Studio Frith and Waugh Thistleton Architects, plus a refined, “playful” visual identity by Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa.