The Beautiful Meme Creates Identity for The Line

An East London outdoor contemporary art walk linking the O2 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has launched with an identity created by The Beautiful Meme. The walk includes sculptures from artists such as Damien Hirst, Martin Creed, Gary Hume and Eduardo Paolozzi, and has publically been backed by Boris Johnson, Jon Snow and Mark […]
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Silk Pearce Reveals New Logo for Independent Opera

Silk Pearce has designed a new website for Independent Opera (IO) to help promote the company’s programme of support for young artists in the field of opera, as well as their productions at the Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells, London. The IO site (www.independentopera.com) has been completely redesigned and restructured with larger imagery and […]
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Pentagram Designs Identity and Graphics for ‘Choice Works’

Pentagram’s Paula Scher and her team have designed the identity and event graphics for Choice Works, a party and art auction to benefit Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood of New York City. Support from the event, which will be held at Sotheby’s in New York this Friday, May 15, will aim to […]
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Royal Scottish National Orchestra Unveils New Identity

Edinburgh based agency The Union has rebranded The Royal Scottish National Orchestra, in the lead up to the concert group’s upcoming 125th anniversary in 2016. The agency says the new identity was developed following an extensive research process involving stakeholders, patrons and orchestra members. According to David Huckell, senior designer at The Union: “The identity […]
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NOWNESS Video Channel Unveils Five-Year Anniversary Logo

NOWNESS is a video channel that aims to showcase contemporary culture through film. The video channel collaborates with designers, creatives and thinkers, and is part of luxury group LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Launched back in 2010, this week marked the celebration of the five-year anniversary of its video platform. As part of its week-long […]
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The Plant Designs New Identity for Curzon Cinemas

Creative agency The Plant has designed a new identity for cinema company Curzon. Founded in 1934, Curzon currently operates a number of cinema complexes throughout the UK. Other companies owned and run by Curzon include Home Cinema and Artificial Eye. The first provides a video on demand service, while the latter distributes art house films. […]
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Spin Rebrands University of the Creative Arts

The University for the Creative Arts is a specialist arts institution in the south east of England. It’s four campuses at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham and Rochester offer a range of creative subjects. Their primary focus is on practice-based and industry-orientated learning experience. Following an extensive research and consultation phase with senior management, lecturers, students and […]
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