27 November 2003


Album by Nik de Ville is a comprehensive visual history of album sleeve design, containing 400 colour photographs of all genres. The book is published by Mitchell Beazley, priced £35. Hector Guimard: Architect, Designer (1867-1942) combines Felipe Ferré’s photographic project with text by Georges Vigne. The book is published by Delano Greenidge Editions, priced £60.


In our issue of 6 November we incorrectly referred to photo library ImageState as Imagedate. ImageState is working with Saturday and Poke in revamping its brand, on-line presence and print collateral.

Forty Lottery funded projects showcase at Tate Modern

Forty projects that received National Lottery funding via the Millennium Commission, in the run-up to the year 2000, are being showcased in an exhibition at Tate Modern next month. Designed by Shelton Fleming, Out of Time features schemes including Nicholas Grimshaw’s Eden Project in Cornwall, The Deep by Terry Farrell in Hull and BDP’s revamp […]

Landor expands Europe and Asia

Landor associates’ London and Paris offices will be boosted next year, with internal promotions to create a Europe, Middle East and Asia sub-division. From January, the Landor top job outside the US will become that of EMEA chairman, which will fall to Landor Paris managing director Jean-Louis Dumeu. The managing director role will be taken […]

Step into my office

The conventions and hierarchy of office life are rich fodder for the observational talents of photographers. Edward Barber punches in

Poole Pottery rescued by team of investors

Leading UK ceramics manufacturer Poole Pottery has been bought after nearly six months in administration. The purchase, by a group of investors led by turnaround specialist Peter Ford, will ensure the 130-year-old pottery continues to operate at its Sopers Lane headquarters in Poole. Ford, who will act as chairman, says he aims to ‘strengthen the […]

Innocence creates Mind the Gap identity

Innocence has created the identity for Mind the Gap, an independent, civic movement for London, which will help Londoners put their ideas to mayoral candidates in the forthcoming elections. The organisation’s website is designed by Holler.

Spiegelman back with a vengeance at the ICA

And here’s some pre-Christmas cheer for supporters of ‘the other America’ (ie the one that didn’t vote for George Dubya) and fans of damn fine graphic novels: the ICA has rescheduled its event with Art Spiegelman, creator of Maus and In the Shadow of No Towers, for 18 December. Earlier this month, Spiegelman had to […]

Chase Buchanan makes moves with Leap Creative

Leap Creative and Kraft Design have created an identity for London estate agent Chase Buchanan, as the company seeks to reposition itself with a more contemporary offering. The work, launching this week, represents a six-figure investment and is the first identity overhaul since the company was formed ten years ago, says Chase Buchanan senior partner […]

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