The National Trust’s 1995/6 annual report is designed by Walker Izard in London, with a cover photograph of fireworks by Chris King.
20/20’s interiors concept for Software City, a new chain of computer software superstores, was unveiled last weekend in Leeds at a pilot store.
London management consultancy Memes has a new identity created by Toby Orton of Docklands-based design group Bentley Holland & Partners.
Tucker Clarke-Williams of Stockport has updated sales promotion literature for insurance organisation CIS.
Dame Jane Drew, architect of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in The Mall, died on 27 July, aged 84. She was president of London’s Architectural Association in 1969.
London’s Evans May Partnership commissioned writer Giles Emerson to compose poems on furniture, to feature in its brochure design for client Office Corp Furniture.
Bristol’s Dutton Merrifield has designed a new range of mail-order merchandise for telecom company Orange.
Edinburgh consultancy Shaw Marketing and Design has created posters and flyers as part of its sponsorship of a theatre production at this year’s Edinburgh International Festival.