Football Federation Australia Unveils New Logo Design

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has unveiled a new logo and brand, to promote the whole of football in Australia. The FFA’s current CEO, David Gallop, claims the new look, which has reportedly been two years in the making, signifies football as the game for “all Australians”. “Our new identity opens the way to reposition football as […]
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Hulsbosch Unveils New Logo and Branding for APN Outdoor

Brand and design consultancy Hulsbosch has created the new logo and identity for APN Outdoor, which is said to be the most established and largest outdoor advertising business in both Australia and New Zealand. To support the brand identity makeover, APN Outdoor and Hulsbosch say they conducted multiple stakeholder interviews with a broad cross-section of internal and […]
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Aussie Carmaker Holden Unveils New Logo Design

At a special business briefing event held at its Port Melbourne design studios, Holden has unveiled an updated logo design as well as a new brand and marketing campaign. The Australian carmaker’s marketing communications manager, Natalie Davey, said the company’s branding was getting an overhaul in order “to reflect a more modern and progressive feel”. […]
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Sports Taekwondo Australia Holds Competition for New Logo

Sports Taekwondo Australia (STAL) has called on its members to design a new logo for the organisation with a competition. STAL says it needs a logo that is “unique, appropriate, simple, memorable and timeless”. The national governing body also wants it to be usable with or without the name, and adaptable so it can be […]
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Chapel Street Precinct Brand Identity

An international destination, the Chapel Street Precinct is a commercial, residential, cultural and tourist area in Australia. Located in the Melbourne suburb of Prahran, the hub is made up of an enthusiastic and diverse bunch of local business people whose goal is to foster community spirit while creating a sense of pride and place. They […]
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Restaurant Branding: Frankie’s Fine Foods

Frankie’s Fine Foods is a restaurant in the small town of Picton in New South Wales, Australia. The identity and associated hospitality material were developed by Sydney-based graphic designer and illustrator Yerevan Dilanchian. Central to the logo’s design is an attention-grabbing and memorable fork symbol, whose three outstretched prongs form the initialism “FFF” (the initials of […]
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