Virgin V Festival Gets New Logo and Branding by Form

Form creative partners Paul West and Paula Benson have designed a new logo and visual identity for the Virgin V Festival, which celebrated its 21st Birthday last year with headliners Rihanna and Justin Bieber. Commissioned by Festival Republic’s Melvin Benn and Paul Glossop on behalf of Virgin V Festival, the new identity has been launched […]
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Coley Porter Bell Develops Brand Concept for Ambrosia

Ambrosia – owned by Premier Foods – has unveiled its latest addition to its family – ‘Ambrosia Frozen Custard.’ Having just hit the shelves, the brand identity has been developed by strategic branding consultancy, Coley Porter Bell. Coley Porter Bell was briefed to create an identity and packaging concept that clearly differentiates the brand from […]
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DixonBaxi Rebrands Freeview TV

Freeview, said to be the UK’s most watched digital TV service, has undergone a major rebrand led by creative agency DixonBaxi in preparation to bring connected television to a mass UK audience. The rebrand features a new Freeview logo, visual identity and tone of voice to reflect the platform’s evolving service, and will be visible […]
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Concept Branding and Packaging: ‘Beehive Honey Squares’

Graphic designer Lacy Kuhn recently graduated from Western Washington University, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Design. This project was completed as part of her course studies and takes as its starting point a new line of Heartland breakfast cereals, conceived in turn as an experiment by the National Cereal Corporation. The marketing […]
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‘Wing-Co’ Milk Drink Branding Design by PB Creative

‘Wing-Co’ is a completely new brand for global dairy foods company Arla. The chocolate-flavoured milk drink claims to ‘shoot down hunger fast’ thanks to an additional 40% protein in its ingredient mix. London design agency PB Creative was appointed to take care of both the branding and packaging design. “We wanted to create a completely […]
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Branding for a Kid’s Café: Moomah

Moomah is a café and play space that encourages creativity and connection between parents, children, and friends. Founder Tracey Stewart commissioned New York-based branding agency Apartment One to develop an organic, dynamic brand language that would translate her vision for a multigenerational collaborative space into a memorable brand. Apartment One set out to first identify […]
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Entertainment Marketing: Identity for Ibsens Fabrikker

Originally established in 2005, Danish company Ibsens Fabrikker started life as a small factory manufacturing teddybears. Today it encompasses a total of three factories: the Teddy Factory, the Air Factory and the Figure Factory. The factories, respectively, make and produce mascots, inflatable advertisements/balloons and fibreglass figures. Aalborg-based design agency Form Agenda was given a brief […]
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