4 January 2007

Unilever

Holmes & Marchant cleans up Domestos

Unilever has appointed Holmes & Marchant to its roster to work on household cleaning product Domestos’s graphics, following the consultancy’s continued service for the brand.

Fitch director takes on global remit

Tim Greenhalgh, joint managing director at Fitch in London, is relinquishing control of the studio to become the network’s first chief creative officer. Greenhalgh will now take on a more international remit and is tasked with developing Fitch’s worldwide network of studios. However, he will remain based in the network’s London office. Simon Threadkell, head […]

Renzo di Renzo

D&AD Annual’s Italian job

This year’s D&AD Annual will be designed outside of the UK for the first time, with the work awarded to Benetton’s communication research centre, Fabrica.

the Scottish Show 07

Graphical House cultivates an identity for the Scottish Show

Graphical House has designed an unusual ‘evolving’ identity for this year’s Scottish Show. The event is scheduled to take place in the summer at The Lighthouse, Scotland’s national architecture and design centre, as part of the Six Cities Design Festival 2007, which is running throughout Scotland.The core identity, featuring a typeface based on Lubalin, will […]

The Brass Rail

The Brass Rail goes back to the future

Selfridges has relaunched its Oxford Street store’s salt beef restaurant The Brass Rail, with a fresh identity and packaging by in-house creative director Alannah Weston and her team and interiors by architect Michaelis Boyd.The restaurant will move from the men’s accessories and wine department to the food hall as part of a £10m revamp of […]

What’s the next big thing?

As 2007 starts with a bang, Design Week asks some leading lights what the year has in store for the design industry John Allert, Interbrand Effective design has its roots in order, clarity and beauty. In 2007, brand owners will continue to realise that these outcomes of design, while still relevant, are no longer enough […]

Jaguar C-XF

Pouncing back

In dire straits, luxury car maker Jaguar is hoping for a design-led renaissance. Jaguar design director Ian Callum speaks to John Stones about a new direction for the venerable marque

Cold Mountain

Cover appeal

Books are looking better than ever as publishers go out of their way to make their titles stand out. Yolanda Zappaterra checks out Hodder Stoughton’s latest initiative – commissioning a range of artists to create covers for modern classics

Filenet poster

Profile

After reeling in Williams Murray Hamm, Charlie Hoult is stepping up his acquisitive strategy. The Loewy chief executive may describe himself as ‘chief rainmaker’, but how does he differ from other entrepeneurs?

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