To The Point has created a new identity for Netlink, the UK’s biggest Web hosting company.
Scottish Courage has relaunched Molson with a new identity and bottle livery. Design is by Coley Porter Bell.
Eurostar UK’s express parcels division Esprit Europe has launched a rail-based operation. Promotional material has been designed by HGV, around the theme of window envelopes.
TGV Design & Marketing has kept labelling to a minimum on Gunn & Moore’s new cricket bats, to allow customers to better examine the sinewy willow grain and slinky blade profile of the range. The bats are going into production for the 1998 cricket season and will be sold around the world. TGV designed the brand livery, catalogue and point-of-sale material.
The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum at Marton, Middlesbrough, has reopened with a new logo, interiors and exhibition design by Redman Design Associates in West Yorkshire.
Light & Coley has developed a window and point-of-sale campaign for 340-strong electrical retail chain Tandy.
Mothercare has unveiled a 20/20 concept designed for Mothercare World, which it is trialing at the big out-of-town stores acquired from Children’s World last year.
Photographer Philip Lee Harvey scored a hat trick of honours at the first London Photographic Awards. He won landscape black and white, landscape colour (pictured), and people colour categories, also picking up merit awards in the latter two. Another multiple winner was Trish Morrisey, who topped the people series and fashion black and white categories. The awards’ sponsors include Imagination and Tony Stone Images.
The image shown last week as Selfridges escalator was the Ingo Maurer light by the Tugman Partnership for Kookai in London’s Sloane Square. John Herbert Partnership’s escalator is pictured above.