A Design Fit for Kings – Korol

Serbian graphic designer Nemanja Čubrović completed this branding project for a business providing financial advice and wealth management services. He explains the brief as follows: “The name came quite easily from the owner’s Slavic origin and his words: ‘We want to be kings among our competitors’ – Korol (meaning the king). They wanted a bold […]
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Logo Design: 1984 Studios

Some say 2012 is the real 1984 (George Orwell’s 1984 that is). Anyhow. Let us not digress. Headquartered in Stillwater, Oklahoma (USA), graphic design duo Sean Ball and Steve Loftis, founders of aptly named Loftis & Ball, are responsible for this ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ logo and branding design. The identity was constructed for a local production […]
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KURO by Panamo

Design agency artentikon was initially approached by Panamo, a Polish company running a Japanese and Thai restaurant called ‘KURO’, in Poznań, to make a film advertising their business. However, the guys at artentikon managed to convince their client to go for a full-on logo facelift. “We streamlined the form of the Japanese symbol of black colour […]
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Design for Architecture: Cobode Brand Mark

Verg, an Australian graphic design studio founded by Matt Vergotis, was commissioned to design an identity system for architectural consultancy, Cobode. The latter is a specialist company which designs and develops affordable housing for single people based on a unique “co-housing” housing model. Cobode aims to address a shortage of modern, environmentally sustainable and affordable, […]
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SEAT Unveils New Logo in Paris

SEAT has officially unveiled its new logo at the 2012 Paris Motor Show this morning, alongside the introduction of the all-new Leon. The new corporate identity marks the beginning of a new era for SEAT, and comes as the company attempts a new product offensive that has included the premieres of the Mii city car […]
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USA TODAY Unveils Redesigned Logo

USA TODAY, a multi-platform news and information media company, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a redesign on all platforms, as well as the introduction of a new logo. The new USA TODAY adopts a more current, modern approach. Key elements of the reimagined products include: a total redesign of the newspaper aimed at visual […]
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