Exotix Capital Unveils New Name and Logo as Part of Rebrand

Brand writing agency Reed Words has created the new name and brand strategy for developing markets investment bank Exotix Capital, which is relaunching as Tellimer Group. Founded 20 years ago, the London-based company is claimed to be the world’s only fully integrated platform focusing on developing markets, delivering insights, analytics, markets and advisory services. More […]
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Future Tense Conference Gets Ever-Changing, Twitter-Inspired Logo

Croatian agency Bruketa&Zinic&Grey has created the visual identity for Future Tense – a futurist conference to be held this coming October in Zagreb. Key to the look is an animated, so-called “logo-bot”, which is generated out of two points that are claimed to represent humanoid eyes. What’s more, the logo’s form and appearance both continuously change […]
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National Association of Realtors Unveils New Logo Design

The National Association of Realtors, which is said to be America’s largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members involved in the residential and commercial real estate industries, has revealed a new logo design. The new mark, redesigned for the first time in 45 years following a nearly year-long rebranding process, leverages many of the familiar […]
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FutureBrand Designs New Logo and Branding for NatWest

Design agency Futurebrand has this week unveiled new brand identities for the RBS Group’s two key customer-facing brands – NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland. For the former, the new logo harks back to the three arrowheads symbol that was adopted as the bank’s official mark towards the end of the 1960s. “Creatively, NatWest has […]
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Lippincott Creates New Identity for Parcel Group, DPD

The London office of global branding agency Lippincott has worked to rebrand Geopost, one of the largest parcel delivery services in Europe. Lippincott helped with the brand architecture, renamed the holding company to DPDgroup and refreshed the logo. “We created the ‘red cube’, a symbol to serve as the visual connection between the businesses,” explain […]
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Personal Branding: Louise Mertens

Belgian designer Louise Mertens is a graduate of St Lucas Antwerp University College of Art & Design (Antwerp), where she recently completed a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. For her personal identity design, Louise decided on using the initials of her name. The letters L and M are arranged, formed and interconnected around the edges and […]
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Self-Branding: Jørgen Grotdal

Jørgen Grotdal is an aspiring logo designer from Trondheim in Norway – and, get this, he is just sixteen years of age. Yes, you read that right. But even at this young age, Jørgen is already busy designing both for himself and other clients. In point of fact, this personal logomark is a reworking of a […]
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