Pentagram Designs Identity for ‘Do The Green Thing’

Pentagram’s Marina Willer has developed a new identity for Do The Green Thing, an environmental charity co-founded by Naresh Ramchandani. Described as an online “inspiration feed”, Do The Green Thing hosts a website that displays posters, videos, podcasts and objects made by creative types that aim to inspire people to live more sustainably. The Do […]
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Studio Sparrowhill Designs New Logo for ‘Pancreatic Cancer Action’

Leicestershire-based agency Studio Sparrowhill has designed the new logo and identity for UK charity, Pancreatic Cancer Action. Studio owner and graphic designer, James Robinson explains his personal connection to the disease, which led to an involvement with the charity. “My father died, aged 56, after a short battle with the disease. It was especially cruel, […]
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Thonik Creates New Identity for the Holland Festival

Dutch design agency Thonik has created a new identity for the Holland Festival, which is said to be is the oldest and largest performing arts festival in the Netherlands. The event takes place every June in Amsterdam. The new identity also marks the beginning of Ruth Mackenzie’s tenure as creative director. She was the former […]
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New Identity Design Revealed for King Edward VII’s Hospital

King Edward VII’s Hospital is said to be London’s foremost private hospital. It was founded in 1899, at the suggestion of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) by Agnes and Fanny Keyser who opened their home to nurse sick and wounded officers returning from the Boer War. Edward VII became the first royal […]
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Mr B & Friends Rebrands The Cheltenham Trust

Creative marketing agency Mr B & Friends has this week revealed the new identity for the The Cheltenham Trust. The agency won the task to create the new look in a competitive pitch in 2014. The Cheltenham Trust is responsible for the management and operation of some of Cheltenham’s most important cultural venues: Cheltenham Town […]
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Moving Brands Creates New Identity for DeviantArt

DeviantArt, said to be the world’s largest online social network for art, approached global creative agency Moving Brands to undertake a complete rebranding, as well as the design of a new app. Set up in 2000, DeviantArt has grown from being a niche website for sharing original Winamp skins to becoming a digital art platform […]
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The Clearing Develops Look for Food Charity, ‘One Feeds Two’

The Clearing has developed the strategy, name, positioning, visual and verbal identity for One Feeds Two, a food and charity brand backed by Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Unite. One Feeds Two say their aim is to reinvent the relationship with food and charity by defining a new ethical standard. When an individual buys a product […]
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