Pentagram Rebrands Nashville Art Museum

Pentagram’s Austin studio has created an Art Deco-inspired identity for Nashville’s main art museum. The newly named Frist Art Museum was previously known as The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, and was opened in 2001 in what was formerly a U.S. Post office building whose design and architecture dates back to the 1930s. During […]
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The Partners Rebrand Shakespeare’s Globe

Branding agency The Partners has created the new logo and identity for Shakespeare’s Globe. Set in the London Borough of Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames, Shakespeare’s Globe is in reality a modern reconstruction of a round-shaped building that was first built in 1599, destroyed by fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614, […]
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SomeOne Creates Branding for ‘SPYSCAPE’ Museum

SomeOne has created the logo and branding for SPYSCAPE, a new spy museum designed by British architect, David Adjaye. Set to open in December 2017, the 60,000 sq ft museum, based in midtown Manhattan, will enable visitors to explore the secretive universe of espionage through “one-of-a-kind exhibitions featuring dynamic storytelling and individualised experiences”. “This is […]
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Pentagram Unveils New Identity for the Pasadena Playhouse

Pentagram has designed a new identity for the Pasadena Playhouse, a theatre that this year is marking its 100th anniversary. The designers say they worked closely with Danny Feldman, the Playhouse’s current Producing Artistic Director, to devise the new look. “The unique typography is complemented by an instantly recognisable approach to posters and other promotional […]
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JWA and Pentagram Team Up to Brand London’s ‘Culture Mile’

Jane Wentworth Associates (JWA) and Pentagram have worked together to create the branding and identity for Culture Mile – a new initiative that is aiming to transform a section of the City of London into a major arts and culture hotspot. The 10 to 15-year project is currently being led by the City of London Corporation – the […]
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Art Product Brand Reeves Gets New Look by Pearlfisher

Pearlfisher has rebranded famous art materials supplier, Reeves. Said to be the world’s oldest paint manufacturer dating back to 1766, the brand forms part of the extensive Colart portfolio, and is currently relaunching in an effort to win over more customers. With an identity that has effectively remained untouched for more than 250 years, company […]
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Ebury Publishing Reveals New Logo Design

Ebury Publishing, said to be one of the UK’s leading publisher of non-fiction books and the non-fiction specialist of Penguin Random House has unveiled a new ‘un’-corporate logo. The book publisher worked with London-based design and branding studio Form to create the new logo. Co-founded by Paula West and Paula Benson, the agency has recently rebranded […]
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