23 September 2004

BEC aims for higher grade with Taxi

Taxi Studio has created a brand identity for Brislington Enterprise College, as the Bristol secondary school moves to challenge its reputation for academic underperformance. The branding initiative,worth a five-figure fee,

UK Gear spring in the Army’s step

The British Army has made its first incursion into consumer products putting its name and expertise to a high performance training shoe, designed and marketed by sportswear company UK Gear.


Alessandro Mendini at Alessi: A Retrospective, from 17 to 30 September, features the work of this contemporary designer, including the Proust armchair. Venue: Alessi, 22 Brook Street, London W1. From

Vodafone calls on Fitch London

Fitch London is developing a new-look retail concept for Vodafone UK’s flagship store on London’s Oxford Street. The overhaul, due to be completed in early 2005, comes in the midst


The Design Business Association will run Value of Design seminars in London, Birmingham, Bristol and Edinburgh in October. Tickets are £40. Info: Call 020 7251 9229 or e-mail hannah.paterson@dba.org.uk

CPB identifies Henley Centre

Coley Porter Bell has provided an overhaul of the visual identity for market research company The Henley Centre. As part of the rebrand the company has shortened its name to

Design Corp turns high street on to Harmony

Licensed sex shop brand Harmony’s controversial Oxford Street flagship in London is set to open, with design by start-up consortium Design Corp. An affiliation consisting of retail design specialist Spacecraft

Studioilse unveil product designs

Studioilse, the design group set up by interiors star Ilse Crawford, will unveil its first ever product designs next week at the Gainsborough Studios in north London. The collection, dubbed

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