XMPR’s corporate identity for the Italian State Railway – one of the largest of its kind in Europe – is unveiled this week at the Italian Trade Centre, after two
Isn’t that John McNeece, Alex McCuaig and the designers from McNeece and Met Studio pulling the much-maligned QE2? No, but they do spring to mind when one looks at Gennady
Survey of the development of Impressionism in Britain, featuring over 200 different works. Until 7 May. – Venue: Barbican Art Gallery, Level 8, Barbican Centre, London EC2.
Two major museums have finalised design plans and are applying for National Lottery cash. – The Tate Gallery has announced that Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron have
One of the biggest surprises Vicky Sargent and I encountered in preparing our series on clients is the huge gap between what designers think are the priorities for clients and
1994 Pictor/Fuji Photo Competition – Friday 27 January – Winners and runners-up in the Pictor/Fuji Photo competition on the themes of success, emotion, power and communication.
Stocks Austin Sice has designed the Capital Radio group’s 1994 annual report and accounts using dramatic typography to reflect the group’s increased portfolio of ten radio stations. Described by the
Hoop La! Meet the Right Hand Lady. She adorns a roll of wallpaper and is taken from a 1968 lithograph called Icarus by Allan Jones. The wallpaper is one of
The current season of four plays at Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre Company is being promoted with posters designed by McIlroy Coates. The plays – Bedroom Farce, On Golden Pond, The
I applaud the liaison between Design Week and the RIBA Architecture Centre over the Products of Desire show ( DW 20 January). Attempts such as these to break down barriers
Historic Scotland, the Scottish equivalent of the National Trust, has a new identity designed by EH6 which will be featured in 330 properties and monuments. Historic Scotland, whose previous identity
More on the subject of free- pitches I’m afraid, as I believe this to be the most important issue facing the profession at this time. Giles Velarde and Richard Fowler