3 September 1998

Briscoe takes to the bottle

Edward Briscoe Design has redesigned the graphics and bottle shape for Quilmes, an Argentinian beer which launches in Europe on Monday. The group also carried out strategic marketing work for

TV3 rides the rollercoaster

Television sometimes echoes the emotional rollercoaster of life, a theme which Ireland’s new independent channel, TV3, has taken to heart. London design consultancy Hobbins Sides based TV3’s on-screen idents on

CDT stamps its millennium idea

The work of 48 image-makers will feature in the 1999 series of stamps issued by the Royal Mail to celebrate the millennium. CDT Design came up with the concept for

FUTURE DATES

On 2-4 October the Brand Design Association (formerly the Package Design Council) will be hosting a conference on brand design and its role in corporate strategy. The event will be

Briefs

Software manufacturer Quark is trying to buy a stake in Adobe Systems. Adobe has so far dismissed the proposal out of hand. Design Bridge has redesigned the brand identity for

Mature designers look outside London

Matthew Valentine’s article on young designers focusing on London-based consultancies (DW 14 August) addresses a problem that we, as a consultancy situated outside the M25, are familiar with. It is

Merchant’s FTSE league

Merchant’s latest handbook, which shows the impact design groups have on FTSE 250 companies, seems to substantiate design’s increasing status.

Boots reveals café concept

John Herbert Partnership, Lewis Moberly and Pentagram’s John McConnell have designed the first of what could be a new wave of in-store cafés for Boots The Chemists.

Springpoint warms up Fray Bentos

Food manufacturing group Campbells is to relaunch the Fray Bentos brand, with branding by design group Springpoint. – Fray Bentos is the leading canned hot meat brand in the UK.

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