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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HemingwayDesign Unveils Branding for ‘Dreamland Margate’

Dreamland Margate, which claims to be the world’s first heritage amusement park, is set to re-open next year, following an eleven-year campaign to restore one of Britain’s most well-known seaside hangouts. The re-imagined project is the vision of designers HemingwayDesign in partnership with The Dreamland Trust and Thanet District Council. Considered to be one of […]
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Elmwood Creates Branding for Trauma Charity, ‘Day One’

Global brand design consultancy Elmwood has worked with new Yorkshire-based trauma charity Day One to create a new brand concept that coincided with its recent launch. Elmwood conceived a complete identity for Day One including its name, tone of voice, branding, and visuals, which would work across launch banners, posters, stationery, web design, information packs […]
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Pentagram Creates Identity for Brooklyn’s ‘Montague Street’

Located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, Montague Street is an important commercial corridor that hosts a mix of more than 100 shops, restaurants and services along tree-lined blocks of architecturally historic buildings and residences. Pentagram’s Emily Oberman and her team have designed a new identity for the Montague Street Business Improvement District, the not-for-profit […]
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New York’s Cooper Hewitt Unveils New Identity by Pentagram

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has revealed a new name and graphic identity, custom typeface and website to accompany the expansion of the museum, which will open to the public in November this year. Designed by Pentagram’s Eddie Opara, the identity aims to establish a flexible branding system for the museum built around a new […]
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