The Team has designed a new identity for Tourwest, a specialist in big interactive touring exhibitions. Tourwest projects have attracted two million visitors over eight years.
Guildford design group Generator has developed the identity and stationery for digital print services group DDP.
Students at the London Institute’s five art and design colleges will receive the magazine-style Student Zone guide, by Crescent Lodge.
Essential oils specialist Gerard House has relaunched its range of 34 oils with packaging and point-of-sale literature by London consultancy Ally.
Hill Rae Smith Graphics created the annual review for I CAN, the Invalid Children’s Aid Nationwide organisation. The consultancy commissioned pictures from photographers Larry Bray and Taminy Baker.
David Stewart has left his position as principal, chairman and managing director of Addison Design Company in the US, and joined New York group Frankfurt Balkind Partners as managing director corporate communications.
A children’s puzzle image is used as a metaphor for confusion, and to illustrate the concept of change in Alzheimer’s Disease Society’s latest annual review. Created by The Grand Design, seven different versions of the puzzle appear in the document. ‘The puzzle worked on lots of levels,’ says Paul Houlton, creative partner at the Croydon consultancy. ‘We used the same picture twice on each spread – but one image is jumbled up.’