Logo Design Revealed for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Warner Bros has officially announced that that the sequel to Man of Steel will be “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”. A logo design for the movie has been released as part of the anouncement, showing Superman and Batman’s famous emblems merged into one. The film title also adopts a ‘v’ rather than ‘vs’. Filming […]
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Logo Design for the Salford Type Foundry

The Salford Type Foundry is a University of Salford student-led project, created and managed by students from all levels of the institution’s BA (Hons) Graphic Design course. Founded by Timothy Isherwood, STF was initially conceived as a repository for the typefaces created by students studying on the degree progamme. As well as showcasing and giving […]
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Six Creates New Brand Identity for Architects, ‘LSM’

Global architecture studio LSM has revealed a new brand identity and website design following collaboration with UK branding agency, Six. The designers say the brand identity’s visual structure has been influenced by early European modernism. The typeface is inspired by Berlin subway signage and utilises a monotone colour palette. Speaking about the website, Debra Lehman […]
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Florida State University Reveals New Logo, Uniform Designs

Nearly two years ago, Florida State University approached Nike for assistance to reevaluate the marks of its various athletics programs. FSU says its first directive was to create a more consistent usage of its primary colour, garnet, within its uniforms, sideline gear, coaching gear and also fan apparel. FSU expressed the desire to return to […]
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Rebrand for ‘Speed Communications’ by Soapbox & Sons

Following a merger with KTB PR in 2012, Speed Communications felt a brand refresh would help unite the two agencies. On the back of this new brand repositioning, they briefed Jenny Theolin, creative director at London-based design studio Soapbox & Sons, to give the business a fresh look. The new logo design is based around an […]
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Branding for a Coffee Bar in Seoul: ‘Café Slow’

The visual identity of Café Slow is based around the idea of ‘deceleration’. Spending time at the café is meant to provide customers with a time of relaxation during an otherwise hectic daily schedule. The discrete brand design is reduced to a black-and-white contrast. In combination with flowing lines the varied means of communication aim […]
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Fashion Branding: SisterS Point

SisterS Point is a Scandinavian fashion brand. It was started in Denmark in late 1994 with an aim to create trendsetting and energetic clothing for girls and women aged between 15 and 22. A few years ago, the fashion retailer underwent a branding refresh. Danish graphic designer Kasper Gram was part of the creative team […]
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