5 February 1998


A home for life and living into the next century continues the Royal Society of Arts series of design lectures. Chairman of the Habinteg Housing Association, and architect Michael Holyer,

Lesbian Line entries

Telephone helpline London Lesbian Line has had more than 60 entries to its competition for a new identity. – A number of the entries are from professional designers, says an


Business-to-business publisher Henry Hemming brought in London group Oxygen to create its new identity and print material. The consultancy presented a series of concepts such as megaphones but the cockerel

New SAS directors

SAS has promoted design team head Penny Baxter and Nigel Slater, who handles client services, to directors. – Baxter and Slater join SAS’s three founders as directors at the 30-strong

M&K takes Somerfield home

Somerfield is the latest supermarket to enter the home shopping fray, launching a pilot service with branding by M&K. Under the service, Somerfield’s customers in Chippenham near Swindon can phone


In Dog Show creative photographers have been invited to exhibit images of the dog from a range of perspectives. Exhibitors include Max Forsythe, Frank Herholdt and Jean-Luc Benard among others.


The Jenkins Group’s interiors for high street recruitment chain Reed are rolling out nationwide. The branding had not been touched for about ten years, says consultancy chairman Nick Jenkins. The

Clinic kiosks to boost Disney

Clinic is developing interactive kiosks for the Disney Channel, to be placed in Disney stores in a bid to create a greater awareness for the channel among young consumers. The


Published by RotoVision, Expo: Trade Fair Stand Design by Conway Lloyd Morgan is released this week. Examples include stands for Virgin, Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Tango. Retails at 22.50. Best of

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