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New Logo and Identity for Ampans by Morillas

All for One

New Logo and Identity for Ampans by Morillas
 

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Reviewed May 28, 201505.28.15 by Armin

New Logo and Identity for Build-a-Bear by Idea is Everything

A Bear Market

New Logo and Identity for Build-a-Bear by Idea is Everything
 

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Noted May 28, 201505.28.15 by Armin

NBA Toons

Montréal-based Baboon has recreated all NBA team logos as cartoons.  /  Link

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New Logo and Identity for LA 2024 Olympic Bid City by RE:

We Bid you Farewell

New Logo and Identity for LA 2024 Olympic Bid City by RE:

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Reviewed May 27, 201505.27.15 by Armin


New Logo and Packaging for Coors Light by Turner Duckworth

A Lighter Light Beer

New Logo and Packaging for Coors Light by Turner Duckworth
 

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Reviewed May 26, 201505.26.15 by Armin


From Dmowski & Co., Mogollon, and Studio fnt

Friday Likes 130

Friday Likes 130
 
 

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Reviewed May 22, 201505.22.15 by Armin


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New Logo and Identity for Renaissance Covington by Durham Brand & Co.

Covington is where it's at

New Logo and Identity for Renaissance Covington by Durham Brand & Co.
 

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Noted May 27, 201505.27.15 by Armin


New Logo for Honduras by Gerardo Midence

Tight Squeeze

New Logo for Honduras by Gerardo Midence

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Noted May 26, 201505.26.15 by Armin


New Logo for Duty Free Canada by The Mars Agency

On the Road

New Logo for Duty Free Canada by The Mars Agency
 

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Noted May 22, 201505.22.15 by Armin


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Duck Migration

Todd Radom goes in-depth into the 2007 transition that turned the NHL’s Mighty Ducks — owned by The Walt Disney Company and sold to Henry Samueli — into the Anaheim Ducks with an identity by Frederick & Froberg Design Office (now Fanbrandz).  /  Link

Linked May 27, 201505.27.15 by Armin


Major movie studios’ opening logo animations in one mega intro by ART404.  /  Link  /  Via

Linked May 26, 201505.26.15 by Armin


Tennessee gets Questioned

The latest logo “controversy” comes courtesy of the state of Tennessee, whose logo cost a tabloid-shaking $46,000 in taxpayer money and resulted in a logo that a “fifth-grader could easily produce on his or her computer at home” according to a leather-sports-coat-wearing local reporter. I’ve reached out to the firm, GS&F, to see if we can get some actual story.  /  Link

Linked May 22, 201505.22.15 by Armin


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