29 October 1998

Briefs

Images of caterpillars transforming into butterflies show off Curtis Fine Papers’ main branded products in its Beautiful Ideas promotional folder. Design group One to One Direct Communications and photographer Ewan

Head start

Richard Seymour is not usually backward about coming forward, but Michael Johnson found him rather reticent about his imminent D&AD presidency.

Wolff Olins creates two Iberian telecom brands

Wolff Olins, creator of Hutchison Telecom’s Orange brand, has launched two new telecoms identities in conjunction with its Spain and Portugal offices. The consultancy generated the name, identity, positioning and

Facelifts for Fanta and Lilt?

Coca-Cola & Schweppes Beverages soft drink brands Fanta and Lilt are believed to be undergoing redesigns. – FLB is believed to be near completing Lilt’s new graphics.

Books

An English Archive of Design and Decoration by former Conran Design Group creative director Stafford Cliff is published on 2 November by Thames and Hudson. Cliff draws upon a variety

Manchester to learn from East

Designers and creatives representing Manchester’s thriving popular culture are to visit Kuala Lumpur and Singapore next month as part of a 35-strong trade mission sponsored by the Department of Trade

To boldly go into Sci-Fi

Cable and satellite station the Sci-Fi Channel is relaunching with new programme initiatives as Sci-Fi. To support the repositioning, London on-screen specialist Hobbins Sides has created a new on- and

New Red Cross logo by Design Distillery

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has launched an identity to be used for its worldwide millennium activities. The logo was created by London group The Design Distillery,

Standing against free pitching

While the free pitching argument has rumbled on for some time, it gains even greater importance in light of the predicted recession. If the industry is to cope any better

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