Camden-based charity Broadway, which works with London’s homeless, today unveils a revamped identity by Interbrand that will signpost the organisation’s future ethos and strategic direction. The consultancy has helped to
Jestico & Whiles goes on site this week at the Foundling Museum in London’s Bloomsbury to begin restoration of what was, in effect, Britain’s first public art gallery.
Cog Design has created a brochure to support the Barbican’s summer season of contemporary music. The brochure, which was published last week, features an abstract cover to enable
Virgin Holidays has appointed Brighton-based group Designate to create its portfolio of holiday brochures for 2003/4.
It’s terrific to see the public sector being given so much coverage in Design Week, but Richard Clayton’s article Working in the Public Eye (News Analysis, DW 17 April 2003)
Bristol-based group Duncan James Design has merged with PR and marketing agency Satara, to form Cerco.
Trish Lorenz talks to some senior industry figures who have decided to break away from the constraints of large consultancies and make a go of it on their own
Rose Design and HCP have collaborated on an identity for Lloyds TSB’s CarSelect brand. The work, which launches this week, includes a brochure, direct mail pieces and posters.
Brewer Riddiford has redesigned the four-pack for Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries’ beer brand Marston’s Pedigree.
A nightclub for the visually impaired and bathrooms for the disabled were among the winning designs in this year’s Royal Society of Arts Student Design Award. Over 2000 students responded
Eureka has created a range of print materials for Big Arts Week 2003, which brings creative professionals into schools and local communities.
In last week’s issue we incorrectly credited the Arsenal badge revamp to Design Bridge. It was, in fact, by 20/20.