As you’ve probably heard, organizers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games withdrew their official logo Tuesday.
With the recent news regarding the establishment of its new parent company, Alphabet, it is perhaps not shocking that today Google released a new logo that snugs in tighter with Alphabet’s new logo and its proprietary typeface, Product Sans.
Jewish Geriatric Services has changed its name and logo.
The New Zealand flag, long regarded as being much too similar to the Australian flag, may be in transition.
LAN and TAM Airlines have been legally merged since 2012, but the Latin American brands have flown with separate liveries until this month, when it was announced that both would rebrand as LATAM, with one livery and corporate identity, created by Interbrand.
Any designer who played the board game Hüsker Dü for hours with siblings and cousins will appreciate the Modern Web Memory Game.
Long-time StubHub creative agency Duncan/Channon has redesigned its client’s 10-year-old logo and has promised to introduce a comprehensive rebranding by September.
Harry Pearce, Rebecca Penmore, and their team at Pentagram have created a new identity for The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The New York Yankee’s logo has a surprising origin: “The famous interlocking "NY" logo predates the Yankees.
With the tremendous expansion of craft brewers in Ohio, the Ohio Craft Brewing Association needed an update that would better represent it.