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Created By Bookmark, Fabric Magazine Celebrates Luxury London Living

Fabric is a luxury lifestyle and property magazine, capturing all that is best about living in London. Launched about a decade and a half years ago, it is distributed to 70,000 households in some of the capital’s most affluent postcodes north of the river. A lot of work goes into a magazine to make it …

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Mimosa Agency Built Nansen Magazine’s Showcase And Ecommerce Website

Having launched their second print edition already, Nansen magazine is about the migrants of all kinds throughout the world. Mimosa originally built their showcase and e-commerce website for the first edition of the magazine. The images shared on were the designs for the second edition made and processed by one of the founders, Eva Gonçalves …

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RNO1 Partners With The Blockchain-Based Platform Spring Labs To Transform Their Branding

Recently, RNO1 worked with Spring Labs, a fintech startup to roll out a brand and digital product experience. By creating a successful digital experience, the California-based agency transformed the company’s branding, fueling their growth from Seed to Series A. Spring Labs is a blockchain-based platform that transforms how financial information is shared globally. RNO1 partnered …

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Vrrb Interactive Creates A Powerful Brand Identity For Sideline App That Testifies SaaS Applications

Specialized in planning, designing and building user experiences for web and mobile, Vrrb is helping Sideline to meet their new brand identity. Created by Vrrb, Sideline plans to bring a new aspect to the marketplace this year and requires a perfect combination of similarity and contrast. Through the repetitive phase of revamping the identity for …

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Helvetica Redesigns “Now” After 35 Years

And “Now”, is the neue ubiquituous type! The Helvetica family has been used by countless brands and creative professionals, in millions of designs since its inception. The typeface embodies a clean and versatile design, and the Helvetica Now typeface continues the tradition established by the Helvetica and Neue Helvetica families while introducing a number of …

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PepsiCo’s Game of Thrones-Branded Mtn Dew “Can Has No Name”

Did you know that the only way to see this Game of Thrones Kill List is to buy a brandless can of Mountain Dew? Because of the final season countdown is on, Game of Thrones has all the attention in the market from Oreo to PepsiCo. So the new thing is from a soft drink …

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Budweiser Celebrates Jackie Robinson’s 100th Anniversary With 360° Brand Campaign

Budweiser and the Jackie Robinson Foundation is making sure that, in a year that marks Robinson’s 100th birthday, the world does not forget, thanks to a short film by Spike Lee and a campaign that celebrates Robinson and his impact, plus a pledge to open the Jackie Robinson Museum in New York this year. When …

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Slack: Say Hello To The New Logo

Cloud-based team collaboration tool, Slack have revamped their most loved logo. The identity updates Slack’s familiar hashtag logo to work consistently in different scales and contexts. The beyond-successful work collaboration platform, has launched a new, buttoned-up brand in anticipation of its 2019 IPO. The new work, led by Pentagram, kills off the company’s longstanding hashtag …

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Mastercard Drops Name From The Company’s Iconic Logo

To keep up with the digital world, Mastercard is removing their name from the logo as part of a “reinvention” of the brand. As a company following the digital updates so well that they even adapt the biometric fingeprint verification, Mastercard evolves their logo once again. The company revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show that …

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Check Out Reebok’s #BeMoreHuman Campaign’s Hand-Drawn Typeface

Reebok has launched #BeMoreHuman campaign, which encourages people to be the best possible version of themselves physically, socially and mentally. The advert celebrates women who are helping bring positive change to the world. Featured in the campaign are Reebok’s ambassadors consisting of artists and athletes including, Ariana Grande, Gal Gadot, Danai Gurira, Gigi Hadid, Nathalie …

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