Cog has designed four 12-page newspapers for the London Philharmonic Orchestra, created for the South Bank Centre’s year-long chronological festival of the 20th Century, The Rest is Noise. The consultancy created The Centurion newspaper to show how one publication might be updated throughout the Century, featuring articles and stories about the concerts and the stories behind them. The third in the series is being released now.
999 Design has created the campaign and brand identity for the National Trust’s 2013 Great British Walking festival. This is the second year 999 has worked on the campaign, with this year’s designs based on the idea of ‘going your own way’, encouraging ‘the sharing of memories and experiences’, according to 999.
GP Studio has designed the interiors for Fortnum & Mason’s Candle Room. The consultancy says it used ‘simple’ furniture alongside ‘a warm, evocative palette of colours and materials’ for the space. Bell jar fixtures allow shoppers to sample the scent of individual candles.
Lambie Nairn has redesigned Telefónica’s European careers website. According to the consultancy, the new design brings the site in line with Telefónica’s ‘new design principles’ of ‘no angles, more colours, more flexibility and more energy’.
Pearlfisher has designed the branding and packaging for The Gild, a new whisky brand owned by Lucky Spirits Ltd. and aimed at the Russian market. The designs aim to have a ‘universal appeal to resonate with the target Russian consumer’ while remaining ‘authentic, believable and Western’, according to Pearlfisher.
Ian Wharton has joined AKQA as creative director, reporting to James Hilton, co-founder and chief creative officer. Wharton was previously partner at Zolmo.
Consultancy Si digital has created a new website for Raconteur, http://raconteur.net, media and publishing house for The Times, The Sunday Times and The Week. The now fully responsive website is inspired by Raconteur’s print publication, according to Si digital, featuring pull quotes and illustrations.
Mike Dempsey has created a poster to promote the RDInsight recordings at this year’s Royal Designers for Industry Summer School. Listeners can hear Dempsey speaking with participants from this year’s event, and recordings can be downloaded from the RSA website: www.thersa.org
Handsome has created new branding for AOG, an oil and gas product provider based in sub-Saharan Africa. The consultancy also designed new corporate brochures for AOG, and will continue to work with brand in on-going consultancy.
Finnish interior architect and furniture designer Yrjö Kukkapuro has partnered with Artek to re-launch the Karuselli chair and ottoman designed by Kukkapuro in 1964.
Dalziel and Pow has created the Autumn/Winter campaign for Jones Bootmaker. According to the consultancy, the concept was inspired by the Erwin Blumenfeld exhibition at Somerset House, incorporating the photographer’s ‘dark and moody’ images for US Vogue in the 1950s. Dalziel and Pow worked with photographer Ben Weller on the project.
Slice Design has created the branding and packaging for the new Sweet Karma range of sweet samosas. The colour palette is inspired by bold, bright Indian fabrics.
JDO has designed the packaging for hair care brand TRESemmé’s new oil Elixir range. The designs use a black and gold colour palette and droplet device, aiming to create a ‘dramatic yet simple design’, according to JDO.
Echo Brand Design structural designer Philip Crewe has designed two products for the Selfridges Bright Young Things initiative, which aims to showcase the talent of young designers.
Andrew Paterson has been appointed creative director of consultancy Embrace, while Paul Turner will become creative strategy and planning director. Paterson previously spent seven years at Coley Porter Bell, and five years at Lambie-Nairn.
Anthem has created new branding for Saudi Arabian evaporated milk brand Luna. The new designs aim to reposition Luna as a premium product, according to Anthem, which also designed new communication materials to support the relaunch of the range.
Christopher Jenner has designed a new showroom for bathroom manufacturer Drummonds in Notting Hill, west London. According to Jenner, the space is ‘an elemental narrative of form and material’, aiming to showcase the ‘artisanal skill’ that goes into hand-crafting Drummond’s products.
JohnstonWorks has designed a new website for property management company M J Mapp. The site is accessible from desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
Household has designed a beauty counter for make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury which launched in Selfridges, London this week.
Kid Acne has created a limited-edition Eddy Fresh print. You can watch the video here