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Design & Architecture october 14, 2016

What's Behind Pandora's New Look?

The music service has rebranded to embrace the dynamic range of sound and color of musicians

Millennials september 29, 2016

Why A Social Networking Site Decided To Rebrand

Meetup, a platform that connects like-minded individuals, has taken steps to stay relevant amongst millennials

Travel july 18, 2016

What Does It Look Like To Rebrand Space Travel?

In an endeavor to make out-of-this-world travel sexy again, the Commercial Spaceflight Federation is working to design glamorous and inclusive experiences for the modern age

Cities june 20, 2016

The City Of New York Receives A Pictographic Rebrand

Marketing company creates a unifed visual language of 250+ icons

Work september 9, 2014

The Heart Beats Again in Southwest Brand Refresh

The airline highlights an old concept to complement a new logo, color scheme

Home february 6, 2013

The Logic Behind The New Orleans' Pelicans Rebranding

A decade after relocating from North Carolina, the New Orleans Hornets will change their name and logo at the end of the season.

Mobile july 18, 2012

Canada Gets A Refreshing Rebrand To Update Its Image [Pics]

Renown designer, Bruce Mau has redesigned the country's campaign to be more relevant and innovative in modern times.

Technology june 8, 2012

Twitter Rebrands With New Logo [Headlines]

The microblogging service has created a new trademark. A little blue bird "crafted purely from three sets of overlapping circles."

Arts & Culture june 1, 2012

Virgin Launches A New Line Of Water Purifiers

Richard Branson sees a potential market in the U.K. for filtration systems.

Luxury november 10, 2009

The Sartorialist for Burberry's Art of The Trench Social Site

Burberry's The Art of the Trench has finally launched, and The Sartorialist was tasked to shoot the first 100 photos.

Advertising november 10, 2009

The Sartorialist for Burberry's Art of The Trench Social Site

Burberry's The Art of the Trench has finally launched, and The Sartorialist was tasked to shoot the first 100 photos.

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