29 October 2009

We started up with nothing

Three university graduates realised their dream despite the recession and no financial help. The result was Smile Creative Consultants

Addiction brands online theatre start-up

Addiction London has branded and created a Web presence for Digital Theatre, a start-up company that screens online high-definition film recordings of theatre performances. The consultancy was appointed directly in April, and given a brief to create an identity, website, stationery, idents, credit sequences and promotional films.Martin Delamere, creative director at Addiction London, says that […]

Brand Identity Now! is released by Taschen next month

Brand Identity Now!, which features projects such as Pentagram’s work for the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, is released by Taschen next month, priced at £24.99. The book has been designed by Taschen’s Daniel Siciliano-Bretas, with cover design by Andy Disl of Sense Net, and New York-based creative director Gui Borchert.

Caulder Moore crafts interiors for celebrity stylist Andrew Barton

Caulder Moore has designed the interior of celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton’s flagship salon in London’s Covent Garden, which will be rolled out across other ‘key UK locations’. Barton, best known as a stylist on TV makeover show Ten Years Younger, appointed the consultancy in April after inviting it to a credentials pitch. A brief was […]

Studio Output designs label for Somerset microbrewery

Studio Output has designed the label for Somerset microbrewery Cheddar Ales’ Festive Totty beer, which will be released in the run-up to Christmas. It previously worked on the branding, packaging and marketing materials for the rest of Cheddar Ales’ range.


The London Festival of Architecture hopes to involve non-architectural designers. What do you think designers can teach architects, and vice versa?

Taboo teasers

When was the last time you had a great conversation – out of the blue, intriguing and interesting? This is what Jason Schragger, creative director at Shraga, and Mark Carolan, co-founder of Gallery of Wonderful, pondered, realising that ‘we aren’t as good at talking as we used to be’. Their ruminations led to The Book […]

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