News in brief round-up

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

Dragon Rouge has made three new appointments to its London office. Pearse McCabe, formerly strategy and planning director at Rufus Leonard, is joining as director. Nick Liddell, formerly global strategy director at Clear, is joining as strategy director, and Rachel Myburgh, formerly global client director at Fitch, is joining as business development director.

Interior design exhibition 100% Design has announced a new Future Living element to this year’s event, which will focus on design, technology and innovation. The Future Living theme will run across the show’s four industry sector showcases – Interiors, Office, Kitchens & Bathrooms and Eco Design & Build.

D Studio

d.studio has created the branding for Argentinian polo ranch El Remanso. The consultancy has also developed a new website for the ranch, and printed collateral, including postcards and stationery, is set to launch in the summer.

Brandopus

BrandOpus has created a new identity and packaging for Willie’s Cacao chocolate brand for its seven new products. The work aims to create a ‘consistent identity’ across the range, while also highlighting the individual products through the colour palette and typography.

Digital consultancy Route Digital has been appointed to design a new auction website for luxury horologist and instruments brand Jaeger-LeCouture. The sure will launch later this month.

Felt has created a new  identity for European medical organisation United European Gastroenterology. The new branding is set to launch in April.

Leahy

London-based consultancy Leahy Brand Design has created St Patrick’s Day packaging for crisp brand Keogh’s special-edition Shamrock and Sour Cream crisps. The packaging uses a photograph of the Keogh family on their farm, focusing on the brand’s Irish heritage.

Henri Capital

Pepper has created the branding for start-up hedge-fund company Henri Capital. The branding is based on mathemetician and philospher Henri Poincare.

Leicestershire-based consultancy Masters Allen has been appointed to develop the identity and promotional literature for new road safety technology Intellicone. The system, which aims to protect motorists and contractors, responds to breaches in the cone barrier on roads.

Acuity has created an interactive direct mail campaign for Citroën UK. The mailer uses digital watermarking and aims to promote the new Citroën DS5 model.

Yard

The Yard Creative has designed the Fuel Juice Bars. The first bar has been installed in the Hammersons mall, West Quays, Southampton.

Clearsilver has created a new website and identity for Leeds restaurant Primo Gourmet Hotdogs. The consutlancy says it has developed a ‘tongue-in-cheek’ identity for the restaurant.

Nucleus has created the identity for Beyond Spaces, a Greek luxury island villa holiday company.

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