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The latest news, analysis and opinion on visual identities, rebrands and logo design, from sports brands to start-up tech companies.
Designed by Matta, the new consumer facing brand looks to establish a better link between the upper echelons of the sport and its grassroots players.
The visual identity for the climate campaign and research group takes inspiration from the history of letter writing and launches ahead of the 6 May local elections.
Night Fever: Designing Club Culture looks at the design of clubs like London’s Ministry of Sound, Berlin’s Berghain and New York’s Studio 54.
Design studio SomeOne has created a new identity for the central London district, with details inspired by Belgravia’s architecture.
From swimming tigers, to “more-than-human” forests, these projects from the likes of Matt Willey, Kate Moross, Superflux and Mucho are our favourites of the month.
Wolff Olins has designed the new identity for the Scottish asset management company, which includes a change of name and logo update.
The “punchy” visual identity features a bright orange colour palette and a series of linework illustrations that can be animated.
The “psychedelic” visual identity for the environmentally focused banking system resists the minimalist branding of start-up banks.
The new look for the coffee brand includes a yellow colour palette, redesigned logo and swirl motif which aims to convey an “elegant aroma”.
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The visual identity seeks to put a space age spin on noodle packaging, while showcasing thefood brand’s ethical values.
The property website has revealed a rebrand, including a new logo, typeface and shift of its signature purple shade.
The Bristol-based studio has developed a bespoke typeface, colour palette and tone of voice for the organisation, with the hope of showing bowel cancer affects all ages.
The identity seeks to showcase Nuud’s sustainable ethos with a strapline of: ‘chew plants, not plastic!”
The redesign will affect Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke, and is the first global packaging update since 2016.
The Dutch fashion brand has unveiled a new look and ‘Free Spirit’ concept which will roll out across its new retail spaces.
The new look aims to simplify the entertainment platform’s identity, while “keeping hold of the swagger” that viewers know and love.
Consider Pastures’ branding puts the “imperfect shape of the egg” front and centre, with an updated carton and geometric patterns.
The low-cost sports kit retailer has dropped the ‘.com’ in its latest identity overhaul which focuses on accessibility for consumers.
The design is a “simple gesture of sustainability and inclusion”, according to 2026 organisers, and is the first Olympic logo ever to be chosen by popular vote.
The new crest is a modern interpretation of its historic logo and will tap into a more international and younger audience, the club says.
There’s plenty to do in the upcoming weeks, from central London light installations to tiny treehouse building sessions for children.
JKR has devised the branding and strategy for “socially conscious” medication provider Betr, which seeks to “challenge established codes” in the medicine market.