28 November 1996

Profit-related pay relief cut

The significant number of design consultancies operating profit-related pay (PRP) schemes are to be hit by Chancellor Kenneth Clarke’s budget announcement on Tuesday of the removal of tax relief for

Land takes to water

Land Design Studio is to fit out three galleries at the River and Rowing Museum Foundation in Henley-on-Thames. Working with Land are project co-ordinator Fraser Randall and creative script agency

Artist sees his work blown up

Artist Henry Krokatsis’ work is being depicted in three 48-sheet posters going up around London. Tiny details of Krokatsis’ original paintings have been blown up to mammoth proportions and turned

Putting in a good word

Patrick Baglee is appalled by the contemporary level of illiteracy in the UK. And, he says, designers are partly responsible for the death of the word. It’s time they took

New weekly tabloid set to hit the shelves

Britain’s latest tabloid newspaper, New Nation, has launched targeting the upwardly-mobile black community. “We want people to be proud to read this newspaper anywhere,” says Peter Pek, creative director of

A case of unfin-ished history

It’s not only credit card ventures and design groups who want to reap the benefits of having a cold-blooded gilled animal swimming across their stationery. Other organisations, it turns out,


‘We had done it for absolutely sod all’ Spin creative director Tony Brook on the naming of a CD-ROM which Spin designed for Booth-Clibborn Editions.

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