Alberta College of Art + Design Reveals New Name and Logo

The Alberta College of Art + Design (ACAD) has revealed its new name and logo following a change in status from college to fully-fledged university. One of Canada’s oldest institutions for art education, having been founded in 1926, the Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts), as it is to be now called, was named a […]
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Aer Lingus Reveals New Logo and Livery

Aer Lingus has unveiled a refreshed brand with updated logo design and new aircraft livery. The brand’s new logo retains but restyles the well-known shamrock, adding a tilt “to symbolise dynamism and speed, with heart-shaped leaves reflecting the warmth and hospitality of the brand.” The Irish company says more than 50 shamrock designs were considered […]
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Slack Unveils New Logo and Identity by Pentagram

Popular workplace chat app Slack has unveiled a new logo design as part of a major rebranding campaign. The new look, which represents the first update to Slack’s brand identity since it launched in 2013, comes ahead of plans for the company to go public later on this year. “Our first logo was created before […]
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Communication Agency ‘bro’ Rebranded by Greenspace

One of Scandinavia’s biggest communications consultancies bro, whose clients are said to range from global businesses to NGOs, has unveiled a complete re-brand with a new name, strategy, brand identity and website by London based creative agency Greenspace. The re-brand it is claimed will mark the start of a new era for bro, who recently […]
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New Toyota Supra Gets Racetrack-Inspired Logo Design

Japanese carmaker Toyota has unveiled its all-new Supra, with the iconic sports car making a comeback after nearly two decades. The 2020 Toyota GR Supra made its official global debut this week at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, returning to the U.S. market following a hiatus of 21 years – and when it arrives in […]
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Citroën Reveals Special Logo Design to Mark Centenary

French car manufacturer Citroën has unveiled a special logo design to mark its upcoming centenary. With the first Citroën in history – the Type A (which also happened to be the world’s first mass-produced front wheel drive car) – having been launched by company founder André Citroën in Paris in June 1919, the brand will […]
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Mastercard Drops Name from Logo Design

Mastercard has announced that it is dropping its name from its logo “in select contexts”, as the famous credit card brand readies for a digital future where physical cards may not be so prevalent. The interlocking red and yellow circles, referred to by the company as the “Mastercard Symbol”, will now stand on its own […]
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