Hurrah! Hurrah! for David Bernstein (Private View, DW 25 August). His article should be required reading for any design student and, indeed, for many qualified designers.
The Scheufelen Premium Papers third brochure, Job Parilux – Organic, was designed by Studio Anthon Beeke and Edo Visser. The brochure uses photography of micro-organisms by Lon van Keulen to reflect the density of the Job Parilux paper fibres. Nearly all of the photographs were enhanced by hand at the film stage by the designer […]
BDG McColl is developing a new ladieswear department for Jenners, Edinburgh’s traditional department store, following its re-design of the men’s designer department last year. The designs, currently still at concept stage, will be rolled out in March 2001. The consultancy is creating two new women’s retail sectors on the first floor – Knitwear and Separates […]
London product design group Hollington has designed a new Advanced Photo System zoom camera for Kodak.
A three-way collaboration between design groups Jervis Hegarty Losasso, Start Design and, in the latter stages, Circus, has created V Shop, Virgin’s new high street store. The store’s TMT (telecommunications, media and technology) format combines traditional music and entertainment retailing with high technology to create a “tardis effect” in a compact environment. The format will […]
Hugh Pearman takes a look at objects that are too odd or ugly to be created by a designer, but concludes that if a designer didn’t create them, someone else did
Peter Morrow’s idea (Letters, DW 25 August) about pitch control fails to see that, like the other sort of ‘control’, saying no just doesn’t work.
London design group Christopher Lewis Associates has created the name and identity for a new military communications service aimed at the UK Ministry of Defence and NATO allies. Called Rosetta – after the stone that enabled translation of Egyptian hieroglyphics – the initiative is a collaboration between BT, BAE Systems and aerospace company Lockheed Martin. […]
Design Bridge has created a new identity for the Tennent’s Scottish Cup, following the Tennent Caledonian Breweries’ decision to renew its sponsorship of the competition in a four-year deal worth £4m. The brief was to create a dynamic image for the brand’s sponsorship and reflect the cup’s status as the Scottish FA’s premier football competition. […]
Design group North has worked with ad agency Circus on the Environment Agency’s flood awareness campaign launching next week.
Plymouth College of Art and Design has launched a new website, developed by design group Riley.
London design consultancy Sauce has created Tibbett & Britten Group’s latest edition of group facts, which is sent to the international supply chain logistics company’s 32 000 employees globally.