A tower block animal refuge, designed by Leeds-based Garnett Netherwood Architects, has been named as the winning entry in the Wildlife Design Competition, for Holbeck Urban Village in the city.
Brandopus has renamed, rebranded and repackaged kitchen glove and cloth brands Swifty and Superglove.
Birmingham- and London-based integrated consultancy Big Cat has been named as the official corporate parade-float designer for Pride London 2009.
Tayburn is working on a Scotch beef summer recipe booklet after being appointed to the Quality Meat Scotland design services roster.
Packard Bell has launched a new identity, along with a new notebook range designed with Italian car design group Pininfarina.
Bolton-based consultancy Fudge has created an identity and website for north Staffordshire-based organisation Partners in Creative Learning.
To The Point has created the name and visual identity for The Business Centre@ICAEW, a resource space for staff and members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
The fourth annual Green Awards are seeking sustainable marketing and communications initiatives.
The Design Business Association has appointed four new regional heads of development, who will act as the face of the DBA in the regions. Ann Rimmer, of Clock Creative, takes over in the North West of England from former Love managing director Alistair Sim, and Simon Farrell of Tayburn has been appointed in Scotland, succeeding […]
Birmingham-based design group D8 has been appointed as the brand and development consultancy for Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. BCMG, which performs, promotes and teaches classical music, selected D8 after a strategic competitive pitch against three other groups, having received 40 submissions. Keith Dodds, creative director with D8, says he expects to be working on ‘promotional […]
Five Foot Six has designed the identity for world-leading rock climber and base jumper Leo Houlding. The consultancy previously branded Formtalent, Houlding’s agent, so won the business on recommendation in December 2008. ‘It took such a long time simply because he was normally up a mountain without e-mail,’ says Algy Batten, partner at Five Foot […]
Students from the Royal College of Art’s Helen Hamlyn Centre will dominate the new Innovation Zone at next month’s Mobility Roadshow, which showcases products that help disabled people get from A to B. RCA graduate and Innovation Zone exhibitor Duncan Fitzsimmons hopes that the 2009 roadshow’s new segment will ‘kick some sense into some of […]