January 2008 Online

Lloyd Northover to brand Didcot

The South Oxfordshire town of Didcot is to be branded by Lloyd Northover, as part of the Government’s vision for the economic development of the area. The consultancy, which was

Mary Rose

Designs for Mary Rose get go-ahead

Plans to produce a permanent museum attached to the Tudor warship Mary Rose are set to advance following a £21m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to complete its conservation.

Coca-Cola Fanta

Coca-Cola unveils designs for Fanta

Coca-Cola is set to launch an extension of its iconic Fanta range, the packaging for which has been developed by the soft drinks giant’s global in-house design team, together with

Greenhouse Logo

CDT designs logo for The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse, a nongovernmental organisation set up last year to promote sustainability and development, this week unveils its first identity devised by CDT Design. The brand and visual style is

Laugh Now, by Banksy, 2002, which was originally commissioned for the Ocean Rooms Night Club in Brig

Selling off Street Art

As Bonhams prepares to auction a batch of urban art, Tristan Manco asks whether the big money changing hands will impact upon the genre’s roots

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Landor to rebrand Cobra beer

Cobra Beer has appointed Landor Associates as its new consultancy to work with the brand’s in-house team on all aspects of branding and design. Landor triumphed to win the work

Whistles to review design

Topshop’s former brand director Jane Shepherdson is to run Whistles as chief executive, prompting speculation that design groups could be appointed imminently. Icelandic investment company Baugur has bought the chain

National Year of Reading...

Year of Reading prints identity

The National Year of Reading 2008, a Government-backed initiative promoting the benefits of reading for pleasure, has unveiled its visual identity, designed by Love Creative. The Department for Children, Schools

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