Kawasaki Celebrates Ninja Anniversary with Special Logo

The 2014 season is a particularly important one for the Kawasaki family as it marks the 30th Anniversary of the Ninja model line, which started life back in 1984 with the GPZ900R. To commemorate the historic occasion, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer has created a special logo design as part of a year-long calendar of celebratory […]
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Rebranding Concept for Ten Group

With three hub offices in London, San Francisco and Hong Kong, as well as satellite offices in some of the world’s other major cities, the Ten Group is a global personal concierge company that specialises in providing a lifestyle management service to both private and corporate clients. Ten currently runs over 70 customer/employee loyalty schemes […]
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DC Comics Unveils New Batman Logo for 75th Anniversary

To mark the 75th anniversary of DC Comics’ Batman, Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment have revealed a new commemorative logo design. The first published adventure of The Bat-Man (as he was then known) was in the May 1939 issue of Detective Comics #27, conceived of and drawn by a 22-year-old artist Bob Kane with […]
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Logo Proposal for Japanese Sushi Bar, ‘Sushi 17’

Sushi 17 is a sushi restaurant in the Brazilian city of Recife. With more people of Japanese descent in Brazil than anywhere in the world outside of Japan itself, Japanese food is, unsurprisingly, one of the most popular cuisines to be found in Brazil. While working for Recife-based creative agency Mooz Branding, designer and art […]
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Brand Refresh for ‘Bureau347’ by Build

London branding consultancy Build has carried out an identity refresh for Brussels-based digital studio Bureau347. A key demand of the project brief from Bureau347 was to design the logo to be responsive, so that it adapts and changes depending on the platform it is being viewed on. The holding page developed by B347 shows the […]
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Concept Logo Design for Fashion House, ‘Hardy Amies’

English couture house Hardy Amies was founded by the late Sir Hardy Amies (d. 2003) just after the Second World War. As well as being Queen Elizabeth II’s official dressmaker for 50 years, Hardy Amies’ creations also included costume designs for the 1966 England World Cup team and the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space […]
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