Hungerford-based group Olive has created an identity, literature, advertising and website for Reading-based solicitor Dexter Montague & Partners.
Interbrand has been the latest group to feel the pinch, when last month it laid off 7 per cent of its staff. Bob Willott asks whether it’s a bad time
Small Japanese Soldier has created the identity and print work for Channel U, a music and youth lifestyle TV channel that launched on the digital Sky Network on Monday. SJS
Red Alert Design has revamped the identity for Tektura Wallcoverings, the first time in ten years the brand has been refreshed.
The Workroom has created an identity to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA.
It may not seem like the best time to go freelance, as stories of consultancies cutting costs by making staff redundant circulate, but Mike Exon thinks otherwise
As fast-food brand Tiffinbites takes on Pret A Manger, Hannah Booth finds out what changes are afoot in the traditional heartland of Indian cuisine – the curry house
Trickett & Webb launches its 2003 calendar next week, featuring illustrations by Peter Blake, George Hardie and Peter Grundy, among others.
Greig and Stephenson is creating the first brand guideline manual for book retailer Waterstone’s, which is due to be published at the end of February.
British Design & Art Direction members have chosen Nick Bell as president-elect. Bell (pictured) is currently executive creative director at ad agency Leo Burnett.
Egelnick & Webb has created a global print campaign for luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo. The work, which launches in the US and UK later this month, will be applied
Formation Creative Consultants has created the logo and packaging for loose tea brand, Down to Earth, which is launched this week in cafés and restaurants nationwide.