I would like to put a simple question to Thompson, regarding its identity for Taste Australia at Harvey Nichols (pictured above right). Did Tasmania not fit in with its design?
How can The Body Shop inject life into a formula that is looking tired and old? Scott Billings finds out
Redcow Creative has designed this year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts annual review. The brief was to spotlight the academy’s activities to promote excellence in film, television and
Former Cheetham Bell JWT art director Debbie Morris has been appointed as head of design at Manchester group The Lab.
Having augured a gap in the trend-prediction market, picture library Getty Images has launched ‘edgy’ insight magazine Edit. The publication, edited by Guardian contributor John O’Reilly, advises us that tea
Fashion designers aren’t afraid to plunder unrelated fields for inspiration (Alexander McQueen’s flirtation with taxidermy, anyone?). But until a joint O2 and Royal College of Art competition last month, few
FutureBrand is making a round of staff redundancies at its London office this week, the consultancy has confirmed. Though a spokeswoman says the group is unable to comment in detail
Brand Lands, Hot Spots & Cool Spaces is the soon-to-be-published book by dramatist, guru and psychologist – one title clearly isn’t enough when you’re a self-described ‘performing scientist’ – Dr
As computer-generated imagery becomes ever more realistic and sophisticated, Yolanda Zappaterra finds out how film production designers integrate live sets with artificial effects
The Angel Therapy Rooms launches in London’s Islington this week, with branding by Aloof Design. The identity reflects the treatment rooms’ ‘calming and ethereal environment’, says consultancy director Michelle Kostyrka.
Aricot Vert Design has created collateral for Alpha Heroes, an internal awards programme that launched across Alpha Airports Group’s portfolio last week.
London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital is nearly half-a-million pounds richer thanks to Still Waters Run Deep creative and managing director Anita Brightley-Hodges and 19 other volunteers. The group recently returned