25 November 2010


Start Creative wins Dubai Airports brand brief amid ‘minor restructure’

Start Creative has been appointed by Dubai Airports to undertake a strategic review of its brand as the company prepares for an expansion programme which will see it become the largest airport in the world by 2020. Dubai Airports chief executive Paul Griffiths invited Start to pitch for the work in September. Griffiths was formerly […]


Change Retail develops Shop at the Savoy programme

Shop at the Savoy, a luxury shopping service aimed at guests at the Savoy hotel and shoppers at large, is launching this week. Work on the service, which includes branding, retail, interior and digital design, is being delivered by retail service consultancy Change Retail. Change Retail was set up earlier this year under managing director […]

Design House joins C&W roster to work on identity roll-out

Design House is supporting Cable & Wireless Worldwide with the roll-out of its new identity – designed in-house – after being appointed to the company’s worldwide design roster. The consultancy was appointed to the roster following a credentials pitch about two months ago and is now working on the identity roll-out. Lavinia Culverhouse, managing director […]


Museum of London website given a refresh

Precedent has designed a new website for the Museum of London based on interface design it carried out in the museum’s Sackler Hall. Appointed over the course of the Sackler Hall project, completed in May, Precedent has worked up a website design which takes cues from the Coley Porter Bell-designed Museum of London brand. The […]

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News in Pictures

Work by Shan Annabelle Valla (pictured left) and Marc Ricourt (right)will be on show at the Present exhibition at Sarah Myerscough Fine Art in London, from 2 December to 8 January 2011.

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News in Pictures

Work by Shan Annabelle Valla (pictured left) and Marc Ricourt (right)will be on show at the Present exhibition at Sarah Myerscough Fine Art in London, from 2 December to 8 January 2011.


Authentic flavours

P&W has designed the packaging for Tesco’s new Mexican ready meal range, which comprises 17 products. The design ’emphasises the authenticity of the recipes’, says P&W, which has taken inspiration from a poster on the wall of a Mexican Taco hut. A wall graphic on the pack is overlaid with typography denoting the flavour of […]


The Yard Creative designs Indian restaurant

The Yard Creative has designed interior designs for new Indian restaurant Naya, which opens in Newmarket, Suffolk, next year. The consultancy was appointed to the work in June through a contact with client Ziaur Choudhrie, according to The Yard creative director Steve James-Royle. He says the client runs a number of other restaurants in the […]


We Are Him & Her coiffs new Tesco hair-styling range

We Are Him & Her has created the branding and packaging for the new Pro Flex range of hair-styling products for Tesco. The consultancy was appointed to the project from the Tesco roster at the beginning of the year, according to co-founder Glenn Kiernan. Kiernan says the consultancy was tasked with developing ’an overriding hair-styling […]

Awards aren’t the only way to win clients and build a strong reputation

Our Creative Survey has thrown up interesting insights this year, indicating that a loaded / trophy cabinet does not necessarily endear clients to a consultancy (see the supplement published with this issue). For the first time, we have balanced charts ranking consultancies according to their success in top creative award schemes with listings based on […]


Turner Contemporary signs up to John Morgan identity

John Morgan Studios has created the visual identity, signage and wayfinding for the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate, which is set to open on 16 April next year. The consultancy was appointed to the work about a year ago without a pitch due to a long-standing relationship with David Chipperfield Architects, which has designed the […]

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