quote 08:07:48 It was a big change, people were using Helvetica, moving away from traditional faces. CN seemed to sum it all up. It was clean, but if you weren’t careful, boring. It took the life and soul out of things. In retrospect there was too much but at the time everyone wanted to use it, it was exciting.
quote 18:04:00 However, for design guru Stephen Bayley, the passport’s references to our maritime history, dry stone walls and Blenheim Palace are nothing more than cliches, symbolising the “British disease of a soft-focus nostalgia for a past that never was”.
BBC News, quoting Stephen Bayley, asking What do new passport images say about modern Britain?
quote 16:15:04 The Greater London Authority has confirmed that Saffron Brand Consultants has won the Brand for London tender to create a visual identity for the capital.