Coley Porter Bell has been appointed to rebrand Littlewoods Pools’ lottery scratch card brands. The group won a proposals pitch against Landor Associates, says CPB business development manager Tim Hill.
The second Society of Typographic Designers’ lectures featuring Dutch design continues with UNA, the Amsterdam-based partnership of Will de l’Ecluse and Hans Bockting. Titled Type and Other Faces: annual reports,
A film’s title sequence should do more than just list the credits, it should set the scene for what is to come. Kyle Cooper is an expert at doing just
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The International Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare has appointed architect Foster & Partners for the development of new premises on a greenfield site prior to making a bid for Lottery funds.
Michael Johnson wonders why the art of the poster is so neglected in this country, and suggests we look overseas for proof that it can still be great. Michael Johnson
The theory behind sparklers, those bonfire night staples, is also behind Vertigo, a new lightbar product which produces fleeting images with the use of light trails. UK distributor M&M says
BCG Communications has retained the design and production of The Post Office’s annual report and accounts without a pitch. The group is also to redesign The Post Office website. The
Building design group Watkins Gray International is setting up a specialist interiors division. Paul Frostick, a former project director at The Thomas Saunders Partnership, will head a team concentrating on
Jeweller Mappin & Webb, part of the Asprey group, has appointed John Herbert Partnership to create a more welcoming retail format for its 16-strong chain.
With the evolution of doctors’ surgeries into multi-purpose medical centres has come a new design brief, which has led to big improvements, finds Nicky Churchill
Photo Docklands – Changing Perception, published by Dewi Lewis Publishing is priced 9.95. The book features six photographers who have captured life in London Docklands, including John Goldblatt, Ruth Stirling,