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.
NB Studio worked with a team of craftsmen including woodcutters and botanical illustrators on the new look.
Details emerge of “a bed that can do tricks” and a bedroom that can be split into two “chambers”.
The branding is based around a hare illustration featuring a house and computer mouse.
Praline has branded The Culture Diary – an online system which aims to help UK cultural organisations avoid event clashes and collaborate.
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The new look is based around a series of 3D “A” letters.
Colt designs geometric identity with “sex appeal” for Mayfair restaurant Quaglinos, which has been redesigned by Russell Sage.
The new branding, by TEMPLO, uses an eyebrow shape formed from a deconstructed question mark.
The BBC has updated its flagship children’s news programme.
I-Am has created the branding and interiors for new vegetarian restaurant Ethos.
Critiquing a new logo is easy to do. Understanding the story of how a company is changing internal and external perceptions of itself is more difficult.