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Spotted: New Logo for Myre done In-house

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 21:15
New Logo for Myre done In-house Visit Link

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No further images are included. No opinion is given. Not even a punny title. These are just… spotted. Best available link to learn more about the change (or the company) provided in the link above. Poll and comments are open.

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Spotted: New Logo and Identity for Boston Trust Walden by North Street

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 21:15
New Logo and Identity for Boston Trust Walden by North Street Visit Link

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Linked: Dunkin' Holiday Swag

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 18:15
Dunkin' dropped some limited-edition holiday swag in "online pop-up shop" that included (most of it is sold out) holiday sweaters, one-piece pajamas, scrunchies, fanny packs, and even an electric guitar. (A few more images in this post.) Dunkin' Holiday Swag Visit Link Dunkin' dropped some limited-edition holiday swag in "online pop-up shop" that included (most of it is sold out) holiday sweaters, one-piece pajamas, scrunchies, fanny packs, and even an electric guitar. (A few more images in this post.) Dunkin' Holiday Swag http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/o_5cre__MKw/dunkin_holiday_swag.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/dunkin_holiday_swag.php Tue, 19 Nov 2019 08:07:18 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/dunkin_holiday_swag.php
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Noted: New Logo and Identity for Slovak Public Defender of Rights by Andrej & Andrej

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 15:12
(Est. 2002) "The Public Defender of Rights is an independent constitutional body of the Slovak Republic which protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons and legal persons in proceedings from public authorities and other public authorities in the extent and in the manner “¡Yo!” New Logo and Identity for Slovak Public Defender of Rights by Andrej & Andrej

(Est. 2002) "The Public Defender of Rights is an independent constitutional body of the Slovak Republic which protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons and legal persons in proceedings from public authorities and other public authorities in the extent and in the manner laid down by law, if their actions, decisions or inaction legal order. The official website of the Ombudsman is administered by the Ombudsman, Maria Pataky, in cooperation with her working team."

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Andrej & Andrej (Bratislava, Slovakia)

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Opinion
There is no information about this but I thought it was interesting enough to post… the old logo wasn’t so much a logo as it was a website header that paired Slovakia’s coat of arms with a font, so it doesn’t quite count. The new logo uses exclamation points — a lot of them — as a way to highlight the mission of the organization which is to give a voice to the public when faced with issues from different government authorities. While it may be a lot — A LOT — of exclamation points I do like the effect it creates in the main logo, almost like a crowd of people gathered to protest. The logo, and accompanying custom typeface (based on the open source Inter type family), can, at times, look a little silly but the deadpan aesthetic of the sans serif serves as a good way to ground it before it looks too much like a parody. The applications probably need some more real-world applications to make sense or be more convincing — something like the stationery does actually look both cool and serious. Overall, I like it!!!

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Reviewed: Follow-up: New Identity for BioWare by Tolleson and In-house

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 15:12
Established in 1995 in Edmonton, AB, Canada, BioWare is a video game company specializing in role-playing games and its variation, massively multiplayer online role-playing games. After some initial success, BioWare was acquired by Electronic Arts in 2007 and continued its rise with multiple franchise titles “Let it Be”  New Identity for BioWare by Tolleson and In-house

Established in 1995 in Edmonton, AB, Canada, BioWare is a video game company specializing in role-playing games and its variation, massively multiplayer online role-playing games. After some initial success, BioWare was acquired by Electronic Arts in 2007 and continued its rise with multiple franchise titles that did very well, leading to the opening of two additional offices, one in Austin, TX, and another in Montréal, Québec. Things were going swimmingly on the surface until the release of Anthem earlier this year, which had high expectations and was considered a flop but the more damaging aspect was a story by Kotaku (the Brand New of video games, LOL) that exposed the intense working conditions at the company for the two years leading up to its release where many people had to take leaves of absence due to stress and, for many, their anxiety was off the charts. Whether that has changed or not, I don't know, and whether the redesign is a signal of change or an attempt at distraction, I don't know either, but I like to be optimistic, so let's proceed with the former. Last year, BioWare quietly released a new logo and has now rolled out a wider identity designed by San Francisco, CA-based Tolleson in collaboration with Electronica Arts' in-house team.

Video game developer BioWare is known for elevating the art of interactive storytelling by creating worlds of adventure, conflict, and companionship that inspire you to become the hero of your story.

The finned "B" initial in the original logo inspired a stylized approach to the new visual language. The strong diagonal cut in the "B" monogram yielded a sense of pathing through with confidence, while simultaneously serving as a visual metaphor for pages within a storybook. Venturing through the portal and into the sublime worlds created by BioWare, the adaptive "B" allows for endless expressions of content. A set of unique colors is used to represent each of the four iconic franchises: Dragon Age, Anthem, Mass Effect, and Star Wars.Electronic Arts provided text  New Identity for BioWare by Tolleson and In-house Logo, before and after reminder.  New Identity for BioWare by Tolleson and In-house Logo.

The old logo had a superficial "hardcore" look with all the exaggerated spikes coming out of the bold, squat letters, which presented some questionable decisions like the awkward "A" and lowercase "i" in a small caps composition. It certainly looked the part of a video game company making them shoot-y games. The new logo is a much more tame version that maintains the spikiness of the original but in much smaller doses and on a decent typeface. For me -- someone who hasn't play video games since the original Madden NFL game came out on the Sega Genesis -- the logo looks like a solid update simply because it's not the muscle flex the old logo was but I imagine for gamers who see the new logo as the game boots up it might be a letdown as it doesn't have the pump-itude of the old one. To counter that, there is a cool monogram that I imagine will play a bigger "consumer" role whereas the full wordmark will be more of the "corporate" mark.

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Building off of the "B" in the logo, the new monogram introduces dimension through a simple cut that emanates from the angle of the original spike. It's fairly random, to be honest... like, what are the two parts of the "B" supposed to be, mean, or reveal? To be honest too, I really like how the blue "B" looks on black. If I stop questioning its construction or meaning, I dig it a lot and once I'm in that accepting place I can dig the additional colors, the putting of characters in front of it, and the logo-as-window application. Nothing is particularly groundbreaking but it all has a techie/gamey feel that's relatively exciting.

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There is plenty to like in those last four seconds of the animation as the monogram appears and morphs into the wordmark. I would be excited to play whatever came after that intro.

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The few applications shown are not very exciting... especially those posters where the accompanying typography to the monogram is no much more exciting than a health insurance range of posters. In general, this all seems to lack a number of rounds of actual development.

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Overall, the logo signals a maturity of the company and whether that is actually reflected in the company culture, I can't attest to but the logo at least brings the aggressiveness level down a few notches while the monogram amps up the action at a modest testosterone level.

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Spotted: New Logo and Mascot for Churchill

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 21:12
New Logo and Mascot for Churchill Visit Link

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Spotted: New Logo for Nice Kicks

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 21:12
New Logo for Nice Kicks Visit Link

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Linked: No Joke

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 18:12
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Noted: New Name, Logo, and Identity for World Athletics

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 18:12
(Est. 1912) "World Athletics, previously known as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), is the international governing body for the sport of athletics, covering track and field, cross country running, road running, racewalking, mountain running and ultrarunning. Included in its charge are the standardization “W FTW?” New Name, Logo, and Identity for World Athletics

(Est. 1912) "World Athletics, previously known as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), is the international governing body for the sport of athletics, covering track and field, cross country running, road running, racewalking, mountain running and ultrarunning. Included in its charge are the standardization of rules and regulations for the sports, recognition and management of world records, and the organisation and sanctioning of athletics competitions, including the World Athletics Championships. The organisation's president is Sebastian Coe of the United Kingdom. In June 2019 the IAAF approved a rebranding of the organization to World Athletics, with a gradual rollout beginning after the 2019 World Championships in Doha." (Wikipedia)

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The logo has three main elements: the "W" of World, which also symbolizes the arms of an athlete raised in a sign of victory; the Athletics "A" (athletics), which is also the athlete's goal as he sets out to launch; and a circular arc overhanging these two letters to represent the entire sporting community that is coming together. The logo also includes the layout of an athletics track that describes an ascending trajectory, symbolizing the desire to constantly exceed the limits. This drawing captures the energy present in the four groups of disciplines that make up athletics: running, jumping, throwing and walking.

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Opinion
The old logo, presented here in its less garish lock-up because there is also this floating on the internet, was not terrible but wasn’t great either. The “AA” ligature was sort of interesting but the “F” was kind of sad to look at. With the new name, the logo turns its attention to the “W” for “World” (and although not verbalized, for “Winning” because c’mon…) and delivers a rather weird icon-slash-monogram that’s maybe a “W”, maybe a dome, maybe something else once you consider the concentric lines inside. It almost looks like a baseball diamond first than anything related to tracks. The wordmark, and accompanying custom typeface, are trying too hard to be either athletic or hardcore with the strange angles in the “S” and numerals, and they come off mostly as clunky concoctions. The icon is sort of interesting when it gets paired with the patterns or as an outline interacting with photography — so there is something there, maybe. The color palette is very odd for this organization — it’s too party-esque somehow. Overall, I think this had the right intention of making the organization exciting and energetic but maybe it got a little too carried away.

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Announced: 2019 Brand New Conference: Swag

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 18:12
If you are interested in a program, tote, or t-shirt from the conference we have some inventory available -- especially totes, we have too many. Shipping to U.S. included.  Swag

If you are interested in a program, tote, or t-shirt from the conference we have some inventory available -- especially totes, we have too many. Shipping to U.S. included.

U.S. Orders ONLY

We are not discriminating against anyone outside of the U.S. but the cost of shipping any of these items outside of the U.S. is VERY expensive -- $10 to $15 extra for Canada and Mexico; $20 to $30 extra anywhere else. If you still want to order, please email us and we can calculate costs and arrange payment.

T-shirt is printed on a white Canvas 3001 product using water-based printing, so it's super soft.

Totes are 12 inches wide, 10 inches high, and 4 inches deep. You can choose which design to get. Prices range from $6 for 1, $16 for the set of 4, and $24 for 8 (2 sets of 4).

Shipping included in prices below.

If you order 2 or 3 of the different items, they will arrive in separate packages -- these are not bundle-able.

Program ($10)  Swag document.getElementById('ShopifyEmbedScript') || document.write('<\/script>'); Buy 2019 BNConf Program T-shirt ($10)  Swag document.getElementById('ShopifyEmbedScript') || document.write('<\/script>'); Buy 2018 BNConf Tote Tote Bag ($6 - $24)  Swag document.getElementById('ShopifyEmbedScript') || document.write('<\/script>'); Buy 2018 BNConf T-shirt

 

(After you add an item to cart, your cart will be accessible on a little floating square on the right edge of your browser.)

 

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Sponsored by Merchsmith: Meet Merchsmith

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 15:12
It's Merchsmith's mission to produce the best custom branded merchandise in the world. Merch to promote your design & shout your message. We bring design to the real world, branding everyday objects with love. “Merchsmith” Meet Merchsmith

It's Merchsmith's mission to produce the best custom branded merchandise in the world. Merch to promote your design & shout your message. We bring design to the real world, branding everyday objects with love.

Meet Merchsmith Meet Merchsmith Sample products.

What makes us different? We've taken a fresh look at how branded merchandise is ordered and we've made the process super easy and design friendly. Upload your artwork into clear and accurate templates, our site then generates beautiful 3D rendered visuals of your items. Once you're happy with your merchandise complete the entire order online.

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Sounds sweet, but is the merchandise any good? Too right! We've hand picked our range offering only ethically sourced, high quality products that are colour co-ordinated. Visit merchsmith.com and get inspiration for your next run of merchandise.

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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram

Mon, 11/18/2019 - 15:12
Established in 1923, Warner Bros. is one of the most well-known entertainment companies with the creation, production, distribution, licensing, and marketing of content across feature films, television, home entertainment production, animation, comic books, video games, product and brand licensing, and broadcasting. Its library consists of “Nice Shield Bruh” New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram

Established in 1923, Warner Bros. is one of the most well-known entertainment companies with the creation, production, distribution, licensing, and marketing of content across feature films, television, home entertainment production, animation, comic books, video games, product and brand licensing, and broadcasting. Its library consists of more than 100,000 hours of programming that include over 8,600 feature films and 5,000 television programs. Among its most prized properties are the DC universe, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Friends, and The Big Bang Theory. Owned by WarnerMedia (which is owned by AT&T), Warner Bros. employs between 5,000 and 10,000 people depending on what's in production and its picture division had over $5.57 billion in worldwide receipts in 2018. Last week, Warner Bros. introduced a new identity designed by New York, NY-based Pentagram partner Emily Oberman.

The Warner Bros. shield is one of the most iconic logos in the world, visual shorthand for entertainment recognized around the globe. […] Warner Bros. wanted to build on this legacy and make the shield more functional and effective. The previous iteration, introduced in 1993, was highly detailed and hard to use at a small scale and in digital contexts, which are increasingly important.

The update streamlines the logo to its key elements, returning the shield and monogram to prominence and losing the sash. The redesign refines the shield with a form based on the classical proportions of the golden ratio. The designers looked at the construction of the letterforms of the "WB" monogram, preserving their quirkiness but making them more modern. The letters of the monogram align as though made in one continuous gesture, emphasizing unity and connection.Pentagram project page Your browser does not support the video tag. Before-to-after animation. New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Golden ratio: Yes? No? The logo has been optimized to perform across various platforms and scales, from the small spaces of the digital world to giant installations like the iconic water tower on the Warner Bros. studio lot. It also works well with a wide range of content. The logo appears in the signature Warner Bros. blue, which has been brightened to a more contemporary hue, with the wordmark set off in a slightly darker shade to create a complementary contrast.Pentagram project page New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Logo. The team also created a dimensional version of the logo, to be used exclusively for on-screen content and special cases. The dimensional mark has the clean, streamlined look of the new logo, but with a depth that hints at the content experience. The logo can be customized for the opening and closing moments of individual movies and shows. It can also function as a window for imagery and sequences, using the edge of the shield as a frame.Pentagram project page New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Flat and shaded versions. New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Monogram detail.

I hadn't realized how much I do not like the old logo -- obviously it's a classic but I think that that is thanks to its repetition (and association to entertaining entertainment) not its merits as a piece of graphic design. The gradients, the ring, the flimsy serif for the name, and the color combination were all pretty garish. Underneath all of that is the one good thing about this logo, which is the "WB" lettering and the new logo effectively brings that to the fore by stripping it away from all of the effects that have accrued over the years and creating a more interesting proportion for the shield which was awkwardly wide before. Golden ratio malarkey aside, the taller design looks so much better with the lettering and it also better accentuates the letters' peculiarities. As much as I like the flat version I think in this case the shaded version might be better as an evolution of the logo so many people have grown accustomed to -- but, certainly, having the flat version is very beneficial as a starting point for all the movie customizations that are so popular nowadays. The new wordmark is quite lovely and I really like the blue tone on tone approach.

Your browser does not support the video tag. Logo usage variations. Your browser does not support the video tag. Logo style variations. New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Logo as window.

The simplified shield can take on a number of different styles much more efficiently than the old logo and can do so across any medium, from movies to TV to print. The shield as window (above)... a little trite but undoubtedly efficient.

The distinctive monogram has been expanded into a custom typeface, Warner Bros. Condensed Bold, used for the wordmarks of the various divisions and other display typography. Designed by Pentagram and expanded into a full family of fonts by Jeremy Mickel, the typeface has a look and feel that is uniquely Warner Bros., with condensed letterforms that relate to the elongated "WB" in the shield. Details in the logo's letterforms are echoed in the font; for instance, the curvature of the "R" references the redrawn "B." Like the redrawn logo, the typeface carries a sense of the company's history, but is clean, modern and timeless.Pentagram project page Your browser does not support the video tag. Custom type family by MCKL.

I LOVE the custom type family. It has such a great balance of corporate-ness and fun-ness that is very hard to achieve. It's like a comic book version of Interstate and, I dunno, I just think it's working on all fronts.

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Not much in terms of application but the few institutional materials shown are quite nice. Nothing super extraordinary or fun but very lively with the use of the bright blue and the single-color new logo.

New Logo and Identity for Warner Bros. by Pentagram Warner Bros.' iconic water tower.

Overall, this is a great evolution that makes the new logo more easily adaptable to the different content while giving the iconic "WB" lettering a shot at lasting another 100 years, even if someone puts a ring around it again -- which is bound to happen when some future designer 30 years from now thinks that that nostalgic approach was the bomb.

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Spotted: New Logo and Identity for Smith College Museum of Art by Minelli

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 21:10
New Logo and Identity for Smith College Museum of Art by Minelli Visit Link

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Linked: Fal-Longhorn Tubes

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 15:10
Twitter had no mercy when this rendering of the new end zone design -- by global architectural firm Populous -- for University of Texas Longhorns' stadium renovation surfaced because, well, look at it. Fal-Longhorn Tubes Visit Link Twitter had no mercy when this rendering of the new end zone design -- by global architectural firm Populous -- for University of Texas Longhorns' stadium renovation surfaced because, well, look at it. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/buvQct-xzRo/fal-longhorn_tubes.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/fal-longhorn_tubes.php Fri, 15 Nov 2019 08:01:55 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/fal-longhorn_tubes.php
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Noted: New Logo and Packaging for Vita Coco by Interesting Development

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 15:10
(Est. 2004) "When Vita Coco launched in New York City in 2004, not only did it bring coconut water into the mainstream beverage section of groceries, it re-branded coconut water as a premium lifestyle drink and helped start the trend of natural-functional beverages. Today, Vita “Livin’ la Vita Coco” New Logo and Packaging for Vita Coco by Interesting Development

(Est. 2004) "When Vita Coco launched in New York City in 2004, not only did it bring coconut water into the mainstream beverage section of groceries, it re-branded coconut water as a premium lifestyle drink and helped start the trend of natural-functional beverages. Today, Vita Coco is a leader in coconut water and a growing global brand sold in 30 countries. Celebrated for its delicious, electrolyte-rich hydration and replenishment, Vita Coco is the brand that helps you "drink a little better, eat a little better, and live a little better." Vita Coco maintains the same entrepreneurial spirit upon which it was founded: a can-do culture that's just beginning to tap into the potential of the coconut. Vita Coco is headquartered in New York City."

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Interesting Development (New York, NY)

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Relevant quote
Vita Coco has become the number one coconut water in the world not by chasing trends or data, but by following their hearts. We set out to bring this natural, innocent and good natured approach to the entirety of Vita Coco’s brand, starting with their packaging. Drawing inspiration from vintage fruit lugs—the boxes farmers would ship their goods in at time when everything we ate was really real—we evolved Vita Coco’s logo, packaging, and overall identity to be more in line with the qualities everybody already loves about Vita Coco’s brand and product.

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The old logo looked like a faux logo for a Saturday Night Live skit with its cheesy gradients and terrible typography. The new logo is better only by contrast and under the assumption that as much as the equity of the previous logo had to be maintained. The only commendable improvement is in the “VI” situation, where they somewhat decently kept the flair of the old crooked “V”. The coconut graphics for the “O”s are real lamentable — a whole lot more could have been done to make them more like coconuts and less like bland decorated Easter eggs. The packaging… sort of the same thing… a very literal, cheesy old packaging with the new one being better simply because the old one was so bad. Most of the changes are indeed an improvement but I feel like it barely scratches the surface to make an actual significant improvement. Yet, I am guessing this was on purpose, given that Vita Coco is probably the most recognized brand in the coconut water game so rather than add confusion by creating a drastic new look that would make them re-compete for market share they simply nip-ed and tuck-ed to make it look a little more vibrant. And to be fair, as a mainstream product, this has a relatively attractive appeal that looks refreshing and has an overt tropical-ish flair to it that serves as an escape from city tap water.

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Reviewed: Friday Likes 308: From Here Design, Mubien, and Candid

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 15:10
Some great typography and color palettes this week with work from London, Carlsbad, and Merida. “From Here Design, Mubien, and Candid” Friday Likes 308

Some great typography and color palettes this week with work from London, Carlsbad, and Merida.

Jacob the Angel by Here Design Jacob the Angel by Here Design

Jacob the Angel is a coffee house, eatery, and bakery in Neal's Yard, the iconic courtyard in the heart of Covent Garden in London, UK. The identity, designed by local firm Here Design, is "inspired by 17th century advertisements extolling the virtues of coffee" and although I have never seen 17th century advertisements extolling the virtues of coffee before I am now a fan of 17th century advertisements extolling the virtues of coffee if they all have typography as and layouts as great as all these classy arrangements of superbly spaced out serifs. Heck, even the lowercase serif spaced out looks good -- and that's a cardinal sin. I love how well the centered layouts adapt to anything from bags to cups to packing tape, all maintaining the same elegance and freshness equal of a croissant baked this morning. See full project

Due Brothers by Mubien Due Brothers by Mubien

Due Brothers is a family-run construction company that specializes in solar panel installations in San Diego, CA, and its surroundings and probably has the best branding of any solar panel installation company anywhere. Designed by Carlsbad, CA-based Mubien, the identity uses a few hipstery-slash-coffe-house-slash-brewery typographic tricks but everything comes together so well that it doesn't really matter. Built around the funky Höchstadt, the applications have some crisp typesetting and excellent production on a rich range of colored paper. The solar panel motif in the back of the business cards printed in black foil is a great touch. If I had the money, I would pay these fine folks anything they charged based on their identity alone and how bad-ass they look in their nicely branded t-shirts and hats. See full project

Canto Encanto by Candid Canto Encanto by Candid

Canto Encanto is a coffee house and eatery in Valladolid, Yucatan, in Mexico. The identity, designed by Merida, Yucatan-based Candid, is inspired by the region's fauna and flora and features a lovely bird drawing as the establishment's icon and a quirky, bendy wordmark as its logo that gives way to other interesting type choices throughout the application. While this is not necessarily a showstopper, there is a lot of great subtle elegance in here, especially as swayed by the moody photography. See full project

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Spotted: New Logo for Kansas City Art Institute by DMH

Thu, 11/14/2019 - 21:10
New Logo for Kansas City Art Institute by DMH Visit Link

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Spotted: New Logo for Cafeyn by Sid Lee

Thu, 11/14/2019 - 21:10
New Logo for Cafeyn by Sid Lee Visit Link

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Linked: Do Countries Need Logos?

Thu, 11/14/2019 - 18:10
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Linked: Do Countries Need Logos

Thu, 11/14/2019 - 15:10
In light of the Netherland's recent new logo, this article questions whether countries need logos at all. (Spoiler: they do.) Do Countries Need Logos Visit Link In light of the Netherland's recent new logo, this article questions whether countries need logos at all. (Spoiler: they do.) http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/qvBTHn9_F6Y/do_countries_need_logos.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/do_countries_need_logos.php Thu, 14 Nov 2019 08:04:17 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/do_countries_need_logos.php
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