Council moves throw up work

Further changes to local government may throw up identity work, following Environment Secretary John Gummer’s plans to refer more potential unitary authorities to the Local Government Commission. Gummer announced his

Burton gets Secretive

The Burton Group is believed to be trying out a new lingerie store concept called Secrets. Designed in-house, the Secrets format is being tested in two prototype stores before any

Putting the high into high street

Roll up! Roll up! If you were that stoned on Saturday night that you couldn’t be bothered to go out, you may have caught Channel Four’s Pot Night of programmes

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The Partners has designed two brochures for international tableware manufacturer Wedgwood. The product brochures – one aimed at brides-to-be – feature the photography of Mary Rose Loyd, Giles Revell and

Fitch takes Virgin into the money

THE Virgin Group has launched its first financial product, with identity and literature by Rodney Fitch & Company. – The consultancy’s brief was to develop the name and identity for

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For the past three years Tracy Hillier has been designing stupendous rugs and wall-hangings. Her latest collection draws on patterns found in architecture and birds. Particularly pleasing on the eye

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BBC2 is to introduce an on-screen identity for its season of programmes and films celebrating the centenary of the birth of cinema. The channel’s 2 figure is fashioned to resemble

Goldstar funds RCA design show

The Royal College of Art has secured ú180 000 sponsorship from the Korean electrical manufacturer LG Electronics, best known for its Goldstar brand.

WPP predicts record trading

WPP Group is forecasting record trading for 1995, its tenth year. Last week the media giant recorded a surge in pre-tax profits of 57 per cent to ú85.

Posters From Poland

Posters by the Polish artist Lex Drewinski looking at the world’s problems. Until 24 March. – Venue: Pentagram Design, 11 Needham Road, London W11 2RP.

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