Precept IDM has created the packaging for a new range of Indian sauces produced by Asian entrepreneur Sudheer Bahl.
Wagstaffs has designed this packaging for Late Red, a new seasonal ale from Kent brewery Shepherd Neame. It goes on-shelf in September in time for the autumn market.
Leeds group State of the Art has designed a new brochure for bathroom manufacturer Shires, featuring the Icon range by Seymour Powell.
BSkyB has appointed Carnegie Orr to design its annual report and accounts after a three-way pitch.
NescafÃ©’s latest launch, Black Gold, goes on-shelf later this month, with packaging by Design Bridge.
Navy Blue has created the 1998 annual report for Topps Tiles. It is designed to look like a ceramic square tile.
Breast Cancer Care has a new identity created by Associated Design Consultants. The logo turns the ribbon symbol upside down to form a letter B.
Like an upmarket watch or a fountain pen, the latest mobile phone from Nokia is intended to symbolise style and enduring quality. Palm-sized and with a chrome-look finish, the Nokia 8810 was designed in-house by head designer Frank Nuovo.
Johnson Banks incorporates a visual vox pop in the Labour Government’s annual report, to create a balance between what the Government says it has done and what real people believe it has done, in its first year of power. This is the first time a British government has released an annual report. ‘We hired [freelance photographer] Richard Baker to go around the country taking pictures of people and ask them to write down their opinions of the Government. We then superimposed that writing on to their pictures and used it as a central feature of the report,’ says Johnson Banks design director Michael Johnson. He describes the project as a kind of balancing act, between looking back and looking forward, and between information, design and readability. The 115-page document also comes in a much shorter, summary guide, to be distributed to members of the public free of charge.