News in brief round-up

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


Springetts has rebranded frozen vegetarian and vegan food manufacturer Goodlife Foods creating a logo which features hand drawn type and “natural ingredient shapes.”

Red Bee Media has created a campaign for UKTV’s video on demand service UKTV Play. It sees a series of animations, which use the UKTV logo as “a porthole into a world of entertainment”. 

four brick court

Mash has rebranded London barristers chambers Four Brick Court, creating a new identity with a mark comprised of four brick icons, and it has designed a new website.

The Gild says it has been appointed by kitchen appliance company Magimix “to help the brand reclaim its rightful place in the hearts and homes of families throughout the UK”.


Cornish Agency ABG Design has designed an official visitor map for the Tower of London. It has been written in nine languages and the consultancy commissioned illustrator David Lawrence to draw it.

Studio Portable has designed a trophy for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. It was presented to winner, Michael “Nick” Nichols, who was announced at a ceremony this week. The winning trophy design entitled Wilderness Lens takes the form of an optical lens, made up of tessellated geometric shapes.


Colourful has worked in collaboration with Lupus Films to develop a brand platform and visual identity for  animated series Toot the Tiny Tugboat.


Taxi Studio has created the identity for pan-European music festival organisers IAM (Internationaler Arbeitskreis für Musik). Their brief was to create a logo and poster to communicate a flagship festival – ‘123 Years of the Best of British Music’.

Artist Susan Gunn has created a 20 meter mural for The Enterprise Centre at The University of East Anglia in Norwich. It will span the length of the lecture theatre entrance wall and feature 11 panels.

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