News in brief round-up

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

Patch and Acre Sign.
 

Bristol-based consultancy Taxi Studio has created the branding for Patch & Acre, a group of country stores located throughout Devon and Cornwall. The brand mark uses graphics formed from a tractor and a wheelbarrow.

Liverpool-based consultancy Apposing has designed an app for online legal advice service Lawyers4U. The Airclaim app it offers a portal for air travel customers whose flights are delayed for more than three hours to claim any reimbursements that they’re legally entitled to.

Pro Series.
 

Robot Food has designed the packaging for the Pro Series sports supplement range. The consultancy previously rebranded the parent company, Bulk Powders.

BrandOpus has created the branding for a range of skincare by ‘celebrity facialist; Su-Man Hsu. The Su-Man Skincare logo shows the brand founder’s name is a brushstroke style, aiming to reflect Buddhist art. A mulberry colour is used to reference the products’ Dragon’s Blood extract ingredient.

Cluttons logo
 

Consultancy Industry has created a new look for international real estate services company Cluttons, switching the brand colour from red to blue. The new branding will go live on all touch points, including the nine London agency branches, in February next year.

York-based consultancy United by Design has worked with accountants KPMG to create a digital map resrcouse that gives a ‘snapshot of the UK infrastructure pipeline’, says the consultancy. The Interactive Infrastructure tool aims to bring together infrastructure stakeholders such as sponsors, developers and investors.

Neiman Marcus catalogue
 

Peter Crawley has created the cover for the 2013 Neiman Marcus Christmas catalogue.

Consultancy Embrace has been appointed to create the identity for community project Our Theatre, which will take place at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London next year. Embrace will work with a number of the students and the Globe Education team on the Seven Ages of Shakespeare look.

Royal Exchange.
 

Manchester-based consultancy Instruct has created a new look for the Royal Exchange Theatre’s marketing materials. The new approach uses imagery of the theatre’s environment and architecture, and Instruct worked with photographer Sebastian Matthes to shoot the images.

Tilt has designed the interiors and branding for east London venue The Proud Archivist. The space comprises a restaurant, bar, café and gallery and event space. The designs aim to ‘echo and revive the traditions of London¹s grand 17th & 18th century coffee houses’, according to Tilt.

King's Coffee House.
 

ASHA has designed the branding for King’s Coffee House, a new independent Cheltenham café. The branding uses humanist typography and a crown motif.

Designer Dave Williams has created a poster featuring all 32 teams for next summer’s World Cup, displayed in the eight groups they have been drawn in. The poster can be seen here.

Monitise Create has developed an app for FIFA. The design is based on the FIFA website, and offers features such as News and World Match Centre.

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