The Partners Rebrand Shakespeare’s Globe

Branding agency The Partners has created the new logo and identity for Shakespeare’s Globe. Set in the London Borough of Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames, Shakespeare’s Globe is in reality a modern reconstruction of a round-shaped building that was first built in 1599, destroyed by fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614, […]
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Vatican News Channel Gets New Logo and Identity

Global consultancy Accenture Interactive has helped design and deliver the Vatican’s new communications system. As part of a wider effort to create a “more accessible Church”, the new system unifies the current array of independent communication channels – Vatican News, Vatican Media and Radio Vaticana Italiana – under a single new portal called “Vatican News”. […]
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Pearlfisher Designs and Launches ‘Jolly Sockings’

Pearlfisher has launched ‘Jolly Sockings’ – in partnership with a number of global charities and brands – to provide the homeless with a gift this Christmas. With an orchestrated social campaign rolling out across its four locations (London, New York, San Francisco and Copenhagen) Pearlfisher, in partnership with sock brands and charities in each city, […]
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Pentagram Unveils Identity for Federal Films

Federal Films is the new film division of Republic Records, the label of famous musicians including Drake, Nicki Minaj, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Pearl Jam and Lorde, among many others. Pentagram has designed a new brand identity for the initiative, which it is claimed will explore “non-traditional opportunities” for film and TV on behalf of […]
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Formula One Reveals All-New Logo Design

Formula One has officially revealed its new logo design. The unveiling took place this past weekend in Abu Dhabi, home of the final race of the 2017 season. The new mark, designed by London-based agency Wieden and Kennedy, replaces F1’s famous ‘flying one’, which has served as the brand’s visual trademark since its creation in 1994 […]
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Form Creates New Look for ‘Film and Furniture’ Blog

London-based design and branding agency Form has created a new look for Film and Furniture, an online blog all about furniture and décor from the world of cinema. The refresh sees the introduction of a new, three-dimensional ‘F’ logo mark, which subtly communicates the 3D space of a film set and the scenery flats used to […]
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Crimestoppers Launches New Identity Designed by The Team

Founded by Lord Ashcroft in 1988, Crimestoppers is British charity that was established so that people could provide information about crime anonymously, without fear of retribution. However, over the years, a common misconception has built up around the organisation, namely, that the service is part of the police or the popular BBC television programme, Crimewatch. […]
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