King’s College London seeks graphics groups for £6-8m framework

King’s College London is looking to set up a graphics framework for 12 consultancies worth between £6-8 million.

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The university, which says it currently spends around £1.5 million on design services every year, is looking to set up a four-year framework.

It is looking to procure design services which ‘can be considered truly excellent, not only in the higher education sector, but in the design sector in general,’ according to King’s.

Services required include artwork and typographic design services, as well as the creation and execution of ‘tactical solutions.’

The tender specifies ‘general print services’ encompassing leaflets, brochures, catalogues, annual reports, flyers, posters, invitations and invitations.

Meanwhile editorial work will include the design of magazines, newspapers and books, and wayfinding and environmental graphics commissions will cover signage, wayfinding, information graphics, display and large format.

Expressions of interest are required by 30 April. For more information head here

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