Shortlisted and winning entries to the Bombay Sapphire Prize will be on show in Glasgow from 17-21 August. Bombay Sapphire Inspired features artists including Paul Cocksedge and Tord Boontje and
Shhh… is an international sound exhibition featuring artists and musicians including David Byrne and Gillian Wearing, who have created new sounds inspired by the V&A’s collection and galleries. The exhibition
Tank has been appointed by Lazard Asset Management to refresh literature and imagery for the investment bank, including its annual report. The consultancy won the business following a four-way pitch.
Pauffley founder Reg Pauffley this week joins Merchant Group on a consultancy basis, as the London group moves to grow the annual reports side of its business. ‘The time is
In response to Benn Achilleas (Letters, DW 22 July), perhaps he has a poor recollection of his graduation, as he seems to expect new designers to have the skills that
So Digit is finally joining WPP (see News, page 3). It may seem that yet another independent is throwing in the towel and joining a global network, but Daljit Singh
We at Design Bridge were very pleased to see our new design for Greene King’s The Beer to Dine For appear in Design Week (DW 21 July).
Design Bridge has created an innovative concrete and resin beer tap for Interbrew-owned Tennent’s Lager. The font, which appears in Scottish bars and pubs from September, draws inspiration from the
Retail design specialist 20/20 and branding consultancy Lippincott Mercer joined forces to create a new store design for Australian fashion retailer Country Road. The first store opened last month in
Cosgrove Hall, the creator of Dangermouse, has produced a series of animated inserts for Discovery Kids’ series How It Works. The programmes air during November and explain the ‘workings’ of
Fuelled by a need for cash, the city of New York has decided to sell the names of some of its treasured landmarks, including the Brooklyn Bridge, The Battery Tunnel,
Despite being 23 years old (almost pensionable age in the youth-obsessed world of pop) and appealing to a distinctly non-counterculture market size of 406 million households, MTV assures us that