Looking at the logo (pictured), you’d think Lloyd Ferguson Hawkins was anticipating trouble with the law on a recent consultancy outing to Amsterdam. However, the only thing lifted on the
I know that the national press is meant to be fearless, brutal and unflinching in its pursuit of the truth and, I suppose, our design press should be no less
Coley Porter Bell, Sampson Tyrrell Enterprise and Oakley Young are having an ‘absolutely storming year’, says Sam Sampson, European design co-ordinator at parent group WPP. Commenting on WPP’s latest quarterly
The Church of England has launched a corporate identity designed by The Jenkins Group. The Jenkins Group chairman Nick Jenkins approached the church and donated his time to design the
With only 38 days left to Christmas, London’s Regent Street will soon be heaving with folk out to see the lights and raid the shops. But this weekend two new
US health food retailer GNC is launching a new UK chain of up to 400 stores incorporating graphics by Manchester consultancy Unit Five. The first outlet opened in Bristol last
Howard Saunders has joined Adam Rawls Associates as creative director. Saunders takes up the newly created post as the retail consultancy changes its name to Rawls and Company to mark
Rodney Fitch is still in takeover talks with Wickens Tutt Southgate. Although a deal is yet to be struck, sources suggest Fitch is the only partner currently in the frame.
Cable & Wireless is yet to start looking at designers for the branding of what will be the UK’s biggest cable company.
Saturday 2 November Dance fans in Bath might like the Eleni Leoussi dance photography exhibition. Her black and white photographs focus on the spirit and form of contemporary dancers and
The new telephone banking service Sainsbury’s Bank may bring in a design group to work on its corporate identity once it gets the go ahead, says a spokeswoman for the
If you’re into illustration, feeling ruff and in need of a bit of cheer, head down to the Royal College of Art and view the work of entrants to this