B&B Studio Designs New Kids’ Range for Kabuto Noodles

Instant noodle brand Kabuto has released a new range of noodle pots targeted specifically at kids, with design by London-based branding agency B&B studio. Following feedback from their consumers that many parents were giving the noodle pots to their children as an after-school snack, the company asked B&B to craft a new kid-friendly range extension […]
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New Toyota Supra Gets Racetrack-Inspired Logo Design

Japanese carmaker Toyota has unveiled its all-new Supra, with the iconic sports car making a comeback after nearly two decades. The 2020 Toyota GR Supra made its official global debut this week at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, returning to the U.S. market following a hiatus of 21 years – and when it arrives in […]
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Racing Driver Jack Manchester Gets New Identity by SomeOne

UK branding practice SomeOne has created the new logo and identity for young up-and-coming British racing driver, Jack Manchester. After becoming one of the youngest pilots to fly solo in both a helicopter and an aeroplane at the age of just 17, Jack subsequently turned his attention to motor racing. His 2017 season culminated in […]
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Rakuten Unveils New Logos to Unify Global Brands

Japanese e-commerce and internet giant Rakuten has revealed a series of new logo designs as part of plans to unify its global branding. The rebranding coincides with the company’s 20th anniversary and with the launch of a new £47m a year shirt sponsorship deal with Barcelona football club. The new look includes a more compact […]
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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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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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Kabuto Noodles Wins Gold for B&B Studio

B&B studio won gold at last night’s DBA Design Effectiveness Awards for its strategy and design work on Kabuto Noodles which launched the new brand into the UK market. In its first year, Kabuto’s sales targets of £100k were smashed by 86% and distribution has increased from 35 stores in 2011 to 3205 in 2015. Today Kabuto is […]
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