An Audi petrol cap and a stainless steel roll bar have been turned into non-automotive ‘conversation pieces’ such as lights and a coffee table respectively by Jam for the car manufacturer. Prototypes of the products, which are scheduled for completion in the New Year, will be on show in several Audi showrooms later next year. The work casts a different perspective on car components, which usually go unremarked as part of a complete car, says Audi consumer events manager Nick Broomhall. The work may go into full-scale production but nothing is planned as yet, Broomhall adds.
The new look for the two leagues has been developed by Turquoise branding studio, and will be used across broadcast, communications, stadiums and more.
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Design studio Koto has rebranded the social media platform – intended for those aged between 12-25 – with a focus on community.
The work is part of a £30 million project to restore the castle, and includes six new galleries, an outdoor interpretation and two immersive experiences.