After having competed against other European agencies, Adrián Pierini’s design was chosen by Anheuser Busch InBev marketing team from Belgium, to modernize the packaging.
Seattle’s Best Coffee, part of Starbucks Corporation, yesterday (May 12) unveiled a new brand direction as part of a bold reinvention of the coffee company that was acquired in 2003. The new brand identity, including a new logo, will play a key role in Seattle’s Best Coffee’s strategy to redefine the traditional conventions of the coffee category, making high-quality coffee more accessible than ever before.
Brand’s history can be studied by looking through the evolution of its advertising and packaging. Here we provide a set of images dedicated to one of the biggest global brands. This case was introduced by Mark Carlson, the Senior Creative Director McDonald’s Corporation at the FUSE conference on April 14, 2010 illustrated how the brand has been developing over the last 55 years.
Nike has unveiled new packaging for its Golf ball category. The aim was to help distinguish it from competitors and brought more consistency to brand placement. Before the changes, the packaging was fragmented and so the message was rather confusing. Now the packs have more consolidated and refined look at retail.
New times come, new logos come with them. The global companies prefer not to change their identity completely and undergo slight rebranding. The French auto company Peugeot is one of those who introduces their new look without global reconstruction. The rebrand is dedicated to the 150-th anniversary of the brand’s iconic lion in the logo. Last week the Peugeot introduced a line of new concept cars as well as a new look of its feline emblem along with a new tagline: “Motion & Emotion”.