Brewer Riddiford is redesigning Brodie & Stone’s T-Zone skin care brand. The tea-tree oil-based brand, is seeking to attract slightly older consumers after the revelation that women up to the age of 28 still suffer the occasional pimple and seek to project a more ‘caring, natural’ image. The new T-Zone is ‘more appropriate for all age groups than the spot-zapping potions of your teens,’ says Brewer Riddiford creative director Clare O’Brien. The new packaging will appear nationwide later this month.
The health and fitness company, which owns private hospitals and gyms across the UK, has been given a new identity by Handsome Brands to unify its former, “disparate” look.
Full service architecture, design and build company Monument receives new identity based on “building blocks of architectural design”.
Trademarks have been logged for the brand name Internacional Club De Futbol and an associated club crest.
Independent family brewer Badger has undergone a brand redesign, shifting the focus on to their local heritage, with the help of BrandOpus design agency. Founded in 1777, the brewery owned by