SomeOne Gives Madame Tussauds a New Look

Arguably the world’s most famous wax museum, Madame Tussauds is an iconic tourist attraction not just in London but in other cities around the globe. SomeOne has recently been working with them to strategically develop and create their new global branding. The work has encompassed strategy and positioning, through identity to communications, advertising and experiences. The logo […]
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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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‘Rondelle’ Logo Returns to Air Canada Livery After Two Decades

Air Canada has unveiled a new livery for its entire fleet, as well as new uniforms for its employees. The company’s fleet of 300 mainline and regional aircraft are currently being repainted in a black and white design that highlights its famous red maple leaf encircled ensign, or “rondelle,” which returns to the tail of […]
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Pizza Inn Reveals New Logo Design

After almost 60 years, American restaurant chain Pizza Inn has unveiled a new logo design. As well as giving its “JoJo” mascot a makeover, the brand is also rolling out a new tagline ‘America’s Hometown Pizza Place.’ The new logo and tagline have been created in partnership with Dallas-based ad agency, Johnson & Sekin. “Ask anyone, […]
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Tundra Books Gets New Logo Design by Viva & Co.

Canada’s oldest publisher of children’s books, Tundra Books, has revealed an all-new logo design as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations. The new badge, featuring stylised antlers, has been created by Toronto-based design firm Viva & Co. and its founder and managing director, Frank Viva. The new mark is the publisher’s first logo rebrand since its […]
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Pentagram Brands ‘Period Equity’ in Fight Against Tampon Tax

Pentagram’s Paula Scher and her team have created the identity for Period Equity, a non-profit organisation based in the U.S. that is fighting to repeal the “tampon tax” on women. The design agency worked closely with Period Equity co-founders Jennifer Weiss Wolf and Laura Strausfeld to develop the identity. Scher decided to rename Period Equity, […]
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Rose Completes Branding for the English National Opera

Design agency Rose has completed the rebranding of the English National Opera (ENO). The new look includes a refreshed logo as well as a new marketing strategy and visual identity. The change comes after the Arts Council England announced plans to cut funding across the whole cultural sector in early 2014; the resulting cuts saw […]
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