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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JWA and Studio Sutherland Rebrand NADFAS

NADFAS – the largest arts education charity in the UK – has been renamed, rebranded and repositioned as The Arts Society. Following a six-way competitive pitch, Jane Wentworth Associates (JWA) were tasked with undertaking an in-depth review of the brand and developing a completely new brand strategy – the first since the organisation’s launch in 1968. […]
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Tundra Books Gets New Logo Design by Viva & Co.

Canada’s oldest publisher of children’s books, Tundra Books, has revealed an all-new logo design as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations. The new badge, featuring stylised antlers, has been created by Toronto-based design firm Viva & Co. and its founder and managing director, Frank Viva. The new mark is the publisher’s first logo rebrand since its […]
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StudioMono Rebrands Kingsbury Press

Kingsbury Press are said to be a leading printer to the creative sectors, delivering high quality print and production to agencies across the globe. To celebrate their fiftieth anniversary, the company commissioned design agency StudioMono to refresh their brand, in an effort to help them showcase their craft and position them as “the masters of […]
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Rose Completes Branding for the English National Opera

Design agency Rose has completed the rebranding of the English National Opera (ENO). The new look includes a refreshed logo as well as a new marketing strategy and visual identity. The change comes after the Arts Council England announced plans to cut funding across the whole cultural sector in early 2014; the resulting cuts saw […]
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Playwrights Horizons Gets ‘Handwritten’ Identity by Pentagram

Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and his team have designed a new identity for New York-based theatre, Playwrights Horizons. The branding concept centres around a rotating cast of logos, all of which have been handwritten by the playwrights themselves. Each unique logo will therefore be associated with a particular production, and each will be added to an inventory […]
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