News in brief round-up

A round-up of this week’s news in brief


JKR has designed the look for Penhaligon’s new male grooming range Bayolea which is aimed at ‘the modern gentleman’ and inspired by the ‘witty and wildly creative’ personality of parent brand, according to the consultancy.


Bluemarlin has designed the packaging for Lipton Crush a new ice tea lolly which integrates the Walls and Lipton brands while delivering the message ‘natural and refreshingly good.’ To accomplish this, the brand needed to embrace what the consultancy calls ‘a strong, vivacious personality’ and ‘appear more indulgent than its competition’

Studio Olafur Eliasson has redesigned the website of Olafur Eliasson which now contains a digital archive of his work. The ‘Your uncertain archive’ features artworks, texts, sketches, interests, and ideas.


Writtle College garden design student Michael Ekers has designed a garden to help dementia patients at Broomfield hospital near Chelmsford. The design, which will be built by volunteers in a triangular courtyard, features a turfed hillock and specimen tree to draw the eye inward, away from the grey hospital façade.

New Brand Vision is changing its name to Decibel Digital on 1 September. The consultancy has worked with the likes of Nokia, Press Association, Thames Water, Dog’s Trust, and L’Oreal over the last ten years.


Dewinter has rebranded national adoption agency Adoption Matters and has also designed an ‘achievement report’ for the organisation.


Cold brew coffee start-up company Minor Figures has designed its own branding and packaging, which features a duck icon and has been inspired by Kyoto’s Kamo-gawa (wild duck river) where coffee shops serving cold brew line the river.


Interbrand Australia has created the campaign for Opera Australia’s 2015 season. Interbrand Australia created a new identity for the opera company last year.

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