Fast-food outlet whets appetite

Fast-food group Singapore Sam is adding a European/Mediterranean fast-food restaurant concept called Hungry? to its portfolio of eateries, with interiors, branding and packaging created by Paul Mullins Associates. Hungry? will make its debut in Reading’s Broad Street shopping mall in early August.

Wolff Olins dials up Simpay

Mobile phone payment system Simpay, billed as the 21st century alternative to credit cards, this week unveils its name and a brand identity designed by Wolff Olins. Founded by Orange, T-Mobile, Telefónica Móviles and Vodafone, and originally called the Mobile Payments Services Association, Simpay will allow customers to pay for items using their mobile phones. […]

Us Designers nets stadium interiors

Us Designers will this week present final concepts for retail and leisure interiors at football club Sporting Lisbon’s new stadium, in a project worth in the region of €1.

Brewer-Riddiford juices up Oasis

The Coca-Cola Company next week relaunches its Oasis still juice brand with a ‘bolder’, more ‘enlivened’ identity created by Brewer-Riddiford. The relaunch coincides with the introduction of a range of new flavours. Brewer-Riddiford won the brief on the back of a two-way creative and credentials pitch at the end of last year.

Oxo Peugeot Design Award finalists

Objects ranging from an inflatable office that comes out of a bucket to a set of tea-coloured mugs are among 12 finalists for the Oxo Peugeot Design Awards 2003. Shortlisted from over 350 entries, objects were judged in five categories – applied metal design, ceramic/glass/ polymers, furniture, lighting and textiles. Lighting finalists include Dominic Wilcox […]

Kavel Rafferty tackles sexual politics

A modern, tongue-in-cheek look at sexual politics is the subject of illustrator Kavel Rafferty’s latest print work, which launches on Friday at London’s Cockpit Arts Open Studios. Entitled Saucy, the eight illustrations ‘fetishise the domestic and mundane’, says Rafferty. ‘The prints convey a frisson of the excitement associated with catching a forbidden moment, evoking the […]

Taking into account those responsible for the work

Our client, Servite Houses was delighted to see its 2002 annual report appear in the feature Graphic Accounts (DW 12 June). However Jim Davies’ praise for the ‘accessible and positive tone’ of the Servite copy is wrongly directed to this year’s report. Tom Lynham was involved in the 2001 annual report and did help establish […]

Sorrell initiative welcomes Plant

The Sorrell Foundation has this week appointed art and design specialist Sharon Plant as director as it moves to extend its schools design project into the promotion of arts in schools. Joinedupdesignforarts is likely to kick off in September. Designers have not yet been appointed to work on the project. Plant is replacing Shelagh Wright, […]

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