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BBC1’s first airing of The Antiques Inspectors is on Sunday. Series titles and contents graphics are designed and directed by Rebecca Harris at BBC Bristol’s graphic design department.

Henrion Ludlow & Schmidt has created the identity for Impress Metal Packaging, which was formed from the metal packaging arms of Pechiney and Schmalbach-Lubeca.

Portugal Telecom is launching a new brochure, by Nucleus Design. The brochure is intended to reposition the telecoms firm as a “technology partner” for Portuguese businesses.

Comfort Pure fabric conditioner has new packaging designed by Middlesex group Graphique.

Elmwood has created a new prospectus for Winchester School of Art. The publication, produced after a photographer and designer lived on campus for three days, is intended to give a snapshot of student life.

On Monday the educational arm of the Electricity Association unveils its website, Understanding Electricity, designed by Wave in East Sussex.

The Guildford Philharmonic Orchestra has launched a concert brochure for the 1997/8 season, designed by Quarton Baldwin in Surrey.

Dialog has created a corporate brochure for Italian telecommunications giant Telecom Italia as part of its work to communicate the company’s new corporate culture to executive management. The move is an attempt to prepare the organisation for 1998, when the European Union will open up member countries’ telecommunications systems. Telecom Italia is looking to privatisation to compete with overseas competitors at home, says Dialog chairman David Lock. Dialog’s tasks are to explain the ramifications of a competitive marketplace and ingrain a new sense of purpose in a management team borne out of a Civil Service background. The full-colour 48-page book has just been launched.

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