Faced with the challenge of building a new “seafood love brand,” design studio Fitzroy created Mamasea. Read More

Nordoff-Robbins is one of those organizations whose name says nothing about its beneficial services: since 1959, it has used music therapy to help children with psychological, physical, or developmental disabilities. Read More

DixonBaxi has created an identity for Paddington Central, an 11-acre, Central London, mixed use campus that includes office, residential, hotel, retail, and leisure space. Read More

Girlguiding, the national guiding/Scouting organization for girls and young women in the UK, started a lengthy rebranding process in 2018. Read More

Sesame Workshop, the philanthropic organization behind the show Sesame Street and many other efforts that support children, received a new logo in 2022. Read More

Swiss law dictates that only milk-based products produced entirely in Switzerland can use national symbols in their packaging and marketing. Read More

International Paper has a new logo to mark its 125th anniversary, and it’s a bit of a curious design. Gone is the incredibly recognizable “tree-P” created by Lester Beall and Richard Rogers in 1960. Read More

Mention the brand name “Nokia,” and most people think of a budget cell phone, or even worse, they wonder if the company is still in business at all. Nokia, in addition to still making phones, is very involved in many different arenas of technology and is pushing forward to partner with even more. Read More

“DealerPolicy,” the extremely dry name of an embedded insurance service that allows car buyers to obtain auto insurance at the point of purchase, has rebranded as Polly, with the help of  TBWA\Chiat\Day LA. Read More

Design Museum of Chicago (DMoC) has been rebranded by Substance Collective. Read More

Jessica Hische has a level of talent that makes complex design tasks look effortless. Read More

PepsiCo is leaning heavily on the “up” in 7Up with a brand refresh for its 94-year-old lemon-lime soft-drink brand. Read More

Adam Matthews is an archival resource that provides digitized collections, including historical, artifacts, documents, and photos for higher education study. Read More

Publishing giant The Quarto Group, founded in 1976, is well known as a global publisher of illustrated books. Read More

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