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Vortigern’s Machine, co-written by Russell Waterman and James Jarvis, featuring illustrations by Jarvis, is published by Amos Novelties in April.

Studio Output has designed the menswear window displays for retail chain, USC. The spring and summer campaign designs will be updated throughout the course of the season, ahead of predicted trend forecasts.

Lethal has provided creative direction and visual identities (pictured) for the British Phonographic Industry’s Suk On This 3 showcase at next month’s South by South West music festival in Austin, Texas, and for Creative London’s Live From London music showcase and trade conference in New York, taking place on 21 March, to coincide with South By South West.

Hat Trick Design has created a set of six extra-wide stamps for Royal Mail, to mark the 200th anniversary of engineer and designer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The consultancy worked with specialists, including illustrator Tony McSweeney and photographer Simon

Phipps, on the stamps and accompanying materials.

Vortigern’s Machine, co-written by Russell Waterman and James Jarvis, featuring illustrations by Jarvis, is published by Amos Novelties in April. (pictured right)

Red Bee Media designed the screen titles for the British Academy of Film & Television Arts awards on Sunday.

Manchester-based Eg.G has produced the title sequence (pictured left) for Ease the Load, a magazine series on digital channel Teachers’ TV, which aims to help teachers manage their workload. Commissioned by production company Libra Television, the sequence features onomatopoeic animations of emotive words, like ‘shattered,’ ‘stretched’ and ‘frantic’.

Following its appointment to create the branding for the New York Festivals of Advertising (DW 12 January), Glasgow consultancy Third Eye Design has unveiled its typographic work for the competition’s call-for-entries material.

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