1 Pentagram Design has produced retro-style packaging for Tick Tock Rooibos, a new product from tea producer Dragonfly.
2 D&AD will unveil its 2005 Annual next week, designed by Spin, with photography by Lee Mawdsley. The images document the journey an awards entry goes through, from its arrival at the D&AD offices. The design is ‘an antidote to some of the more flamboyant Annuals’, says Spin creative director Tony Brook.
3 The Chase London has designed a booklet for the Oxford, Swindon and Gloucester Co-operative Society which will be mailed to members. It illustrates how the co-operative sources local produce for its stores.
4 Remington is launching a trio of grooming clippers – a hair, body hair and ‘family’ model – with product design by Factory Design.
5 Design Made in Africa runs at the Brunei Gallery in London until 25 November, showcasing contemporary African design. Pictured is Cheick Diallo’s Segou rocking chair.
6 The Art Deco House by Adrian Tinniswood is published this month by Michell Beazley. Design is by John Round and Christie Cooper is executive art editor.
7 Zip has designed the cover for Feel Free, the first single to be taken from Zero 7 vocalist Mozez’s debut solo album, So Still. It is released on Apace records on 6 November.
8 HP Foods is launching two products under its Amoy brand – Amoy Stir Fry Sensations and Amoy Premium Soy Sauce – with packaging designed by DJPA Partnership.