28 August 2003

Kirk Wylam dishes out oriental food importer look

Surrey-based group Kirk Wylam Design has revamped the identity for oriental food importer Seewoo, as the company moves to differentiate itself from ‘traditionally’ branded competitors. The work, which incorporates signage,

Soft Moss styles von Furstenberg

Soft Moss has created interiors for 1970s fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg’s first UK store, which is scheduled to open in London’s Notting Hill on 1 September. The store retains

Square shows signs of CDT involvement

CDT Design’s identity and signage system for Paternoster Square, one of London’s most high-profile and controversial property schemes in recent years, is rolling out from this week after two years

Order helps you to order

While trying to make sense of a café menu, David Bernstein argues the case for creative conventions – why make a meal out of a design for the sake of

Barney Pickard revamps Art Review

Art Review magazine has been revamped by in-house designer Barney Pickard. The new-look magazine, featuring a serif font and ‘cleaner’ design, hits the news-stands next month.

View finder

Oliver Bennett finds out more about the growing phenomenon of collecting photographs that have been discarded or lost by people and letting the viewer make up their own story about

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