26 November 1998

Carte Blanche creates Sweaty Betty interiors

Carte Blanche has created the identity and interiors for Sweaty Betty, a women’s sportswear shop aimed at body-conscious 20-30-year-olds. The first shop opened on 14 November in London’s Westbourne Grove.

Introduction

Photolibraries are a valuable resource for designers. The best are a repository for the work of top photographers specialist material and images from across the globe. While most creatives would

Exhibitions

Organised by the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair, Art Select is an exhibition of work selected from more than 600 artists who have taken part in the fair in the past

Coutts joins the Net

Private banking firm Coutts has joined the Internet with a web-site designed by The Identica Partnership. The site was created to promote a broader range of wealth management services and

Cadbury’s Smoooth operator

Cadbury’s Chocolate Spread has been rebranded by Maidenhead group Nine Yards in preparation for a relaunch in January. – Nine Yards and client Chivers Hartley came up with the new

Digital art loses its way

Trying to define digital art through scientific means is a fruitless exercise, says Peter Hall, which only serves to complicate issues when we should be simplifying them.

The stock market

Once upon a time there were picture libraries. Operating a bit like one man and his dog, these archives usually consisted of a filing cabinet stocked with the specialist work

Telefonica identity by DEDB

Spanish telephone company Telefonica has unveiled its new corporate identity, by Diefenbach Elkins Davies Baron, as part of a 6bn restructuring programme. The group aims to become a multinational communications

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