Creative Concern and O Street to brand Manchester arts organisation

Consultancies Creative Concern and O Street have been appointed to develop the name and identity for a new Manchester arts organisation being formed from the merger of the Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company.

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  • Tangent Graphic November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Excellent news guys, top project. Well deserved

  • Concerned of Manchester November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    And Manchester couldn’t proffer a design consultancy worthy of this job? Why again, do the powers that be think is right to hand work out of the region? There are plenty of North West agencies very capable of delivering such an iconic project. Surely Creative Concern have a creative department? If they’re working on the brand strategy why o why are they not working on the creative interpretation of it?

  • Chris Paul November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    O Street look interesting. Of course Manchester has agencies capable of doing the visualisations. But they didn’t win the work in this case. Having an embargo would have been unhelpful. Who would want Manchester talent confined to Manchester work?

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