The new look aims to reach “a new generation of tea lovers”.
The identity has been created by Portuguese consultancy Brandia Central.
Celtic motifs and modern detailings are brought together as Aer Lingus prepares to enter “a new era”.
New website designed to help BAFTA better communicate with its audiences.
Nisa’s heritage range was relaunched in June with a new look created by Equator Design.
Ideas Factory has rebranded London estate agent Aspire using triangular symbols, which are borrowed from the A of Aspire.
The Partners has applied elements of the Kristjana S Williams work to more than 160 piece of collateral for the hotel.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief
Restaurant and cocktail concept is a contemporary take on the “relaxed elegance” of 1960s home entertaining and offers personalised bar service areas.
Purple Creative creates new identity, colour system and brand expressions.
The new positioning for the children’s charity is based around the message “For every child in danger”.
The Clearing has created a mark and a visual language for a new service aiming to provide a long-term solution to child hunger.
Smith & Milton has worked on the rebrand of cereal Sugar Puffs, which is relaunching as Honey Monster Puffs – named after its iconic brand character.
Leeds and London-based consultancy Home is behind the design of Waitrose Pet, a new online e-commerce destination.
The NSPCC has ditched its “Full Stop” branding in favour of a new “childhood”-focused look.