7 November 1996

Menswear at Liberty

Liberty is opening a new menswear department in its Regent Street store in London. Initial designs for the department, due to open in part later this month, were by Branson

Full beam ahead

Nicky Churchill looks at the approach taken by lighting specialists on two recent permanent exhibitions in central London

BT reviews and creates rosters

BT’s design procurement process is going through a massive overhaul aimed at streamlining operations, and rosters are being set up or reviewed for product, print and multimedia, plus direct marketing

D&AD chooses Wood

Graham Wood, a creative director at Tomato, is one of three new members of British Design and Art Direction’s executive. Wood and advertising’s Dave Dye and Richard Phillips were elected


The Attik Design has created the jacket illustration and several opening spreads in a new collection of contemporary magazine design, Typographics 2/Cybertype. Published by Duncan Baird Publishers, Typographics 2 focuses

Design Show hailed ‘a success’

Last week’s inaugural Design Show is being hailed as a success by design consultancies which exhibited at the three-day event. Some groups have already won work from visitors. Held at

Torres in South Africa

Torres Design Associates is working on merchandising systems and promotional literature for South African Breweries, the world’s fourth largest brewer. The group is also working for an unnamed South African

LFH adds an edge to new Gillette packs

Lloyd Ferguson Hawkins has revamped the packaging of Gillette’s Sensor Excel razor brand as part of a pan-European promotional push. The new packs were first launched in France this month,


‘It just dropped off, after 20 years’ Marketplace’s Bryan Brown on the disappearance of his Salvador Dali-esque moustache – ‘You still need a big back pocket to deal with Wolff

ELC kids chain learns from Warner Bros

Two Early Learning Centres refurbished in a “Warner Bros-style” have opened this week with interiors, graphics and logo by New York group Mansour Design. The children’s chain’s biggest store on


Graham Swift was awarded the Booker Prize last week for his novel Last Orders. The ceremony’s programme, brochure and table and name cards were designed by Hildebrand Design. Pictured is

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