Successful companies stay relevant because they evolve and innovate, and that includes staying on top of their branding strategy. And despite what a lot of companies seem to think, simply tweaking your logo and crossing your fingers just won’t cut it.[…]
The Hobby Lobby logo has undergone a makeover, and the result is a bit surprising.
Considering their previous logo’s look was pretty dated, this new design is a breath of fresh air:
The flat orange and white colors and the simplicity of the new logo will lend itself well to social media icons for the brand,[…]
There’s a lot going on over at the Google headquarters these days. After a massive restructuring to come up with the new parent company name, Alphabet, Google also unveiled a clean new logo design this week.
As a company that initially focused on providing much-needed functionality,[…]
From the moment the new 2020 Tokyo Olympics logo was unveiled, it has been a center of controversy and criticism. At first, many thought the design was too Japan-centric and it didn’t represent the true nature and sportsmanship of the Olympics.[…]
IHOP’s new logo, reinvented by Studio Tilt, modernizes the traditional, and widely recognized original logo. The new logo’s biggest change is turning its “frown” upside down, and adding a smiling face to the restaurant’s name. The “o” and “p” now act as eyes.[…]
Potomac Physicians Associates’ colorful new branding is complete! After much deliberation, we have delivered what we think is a very cool, unique new logo design to our client, PPA. Here at Marstudio, we had explored countless options for this new brand and ultimately,[…]
This week we completed the newly revamped logo for Promaneer, a consulting and management company for commercial real estate. Promaneer came to us with an average-looking logo that looked outdated and that didn’t assert itself. The client wanted to keep the logo icon more or less the same,[…]
I was watching Comedy Central this weekend and I noticed that something was a little off. The small logo on the bottom of my TV screen had suddenly changed to a copyright sign. I wondered a little but then it dawned on me that it was the new logo for the network.[…]