Pentagram Brands Taipei’s ‘Flour and Salt Bakery’

Pentagram’s Natasha Jen and team have designed the branding for Flour and Salt Bakery, a new chain of cafés and stores based in Taiwan. The restaurant currently has three locations, with the flagship situated in the Datong District in midtown Taipei, another in the landmark “101” building, and a third in the Zhong Zheng District. […]
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The Grid Creates ‘Geometric’ Look for De Beauvoir Block

Branding agency The Grid has designed the logo and identity for De Beauvoir Block, a new development of workspaces targeted at businesses in the creative industry. Located in East London on De Beauvoir Road, which forms part of the Benyon Estate conservation area, the newly refurbished industrial building is set to be completed in June […]
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Historic ‘Quad Cinema’ Gets New Logo Design by Pentagram

Pentagram’s Paula Scher and her team have created the new brand identity for New York’s famous Quad Cinema, which has recently reopened following a major renovation. As well as designing the all-new logo, the consultancy has also developed the look and feel of the cinema, including signage, environmental graphics and digital installations for the interiors. […]
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JWA and Intro Give Royal Museums Greenwich New Look

Consultancies Jane Wentworth Associates (JWA) and Intro have together created the new branding and identity for the Royal Museums Greenwich. The latter currently comprises the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Peter Harrison Planetarium, the historical sailing ship the Cutty Sark and the Queen’s House art gallery, all of which are located within […]
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Ad Agency Grey London Rebrands as Valenstein & Fatt

Ad agency Grey London has rebranded as Valenstein & Fatt to mark its centennial year. Jewish entrepreneurs Lawrence Valenstein and Arthur Fatt originally set up the company in 1917’s New York. However, due to prevalent anti-Semitism, they opted to call their business Grey instead of using their own names; supposedly, grey was the colour of […]
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Pentagram Designs Identity for Pink Floyd Records

Pentagram’s Harry Pearce and team have created the visual identity for Pink Floyd Records, a new record label that is releasing both old and previously unheard tracks from the famous English rock band. The main logotype has been inspired by the stencilled lettering on Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ album cover from 1977. Pentagram says it established […]
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Chay Sells Rebrands London Sushi Restaurant, ‘Kulu Kulu’

Graphic designer Chay Sells has created a new look for London-based sushi restaurant, Kulu Kulu. The business name, which means “round and round” in Japanese, reflects the seating inside the restaurant that is organised around a conveyor belt which distributes freshly made sushi by a chef in the centre. “The logo design is very simple […]
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