• Transform magazine
  • July 16, 2019



Mitsubishi subsidiary rebrands in pursuit of the impossible


Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America (MTPA) commits to helping people with ALS every day. Following the launch of its groundbreaking ALS treatment, the company wanted to build a stronger corporate culture to create trust in their...

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Yamaha’s new identity unifies the brand with waves and stories

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Merging storytelling and music, Yamaha’s rebrand solidifies the company’s position in the music industry and its promise to fuel the passion of artists, unifying regional businesses into one global brand....

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Been A Slice beer turns wasted food into raised glasses

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In an effort to reduce the impact of wasted food in Canada, Second Harvest has partnered with ad agency Bob’s Your Uncle to launch a new product, a beer made from discarded bread....

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Fontsmith's new style guide helps designers classify typefaces


Type foundry Fontsmith has released a style guide for graphic designers, to help them decipher and recognise the most common Latin typefaces. The world of type design is in const...

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BT Group's new identity shows the purple side of the brand


To celebrate its 50th birthday, BT Group has unveiled a new identity by London-based studio Red&White, to change the overall image behind the brand. Red&White’s work showcases the company beyond telecommunications, putting em...

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My Roti Place gets bold and spicy brand


To mark its debut in the heart of Toronto, Indian restaurant chain My Roti Place has unveiled its visual identity, including interior design, signage, logo and web presence. The branding process was conceived by C&D Group....

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Valmarc rebrand innovates data intelligence with insight


Differentiation and identity are the new keywords in Valmarc’s 360-degrees rebrand, conceived to emphasise the company’s mission and the strength of its products....

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LPAA rebrand introduces structural clarity and modernity

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US-based firm Lamoreux Pagano Associates | Architects (LPAA) has announced a rebrand by Clockwork Design, introducing new clarity and a collaborative approach to evolve the old brand....

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Firefox transforms to build privacy and customer focus into its identity


Firefox has announced a new logo for its existing range of products, from web browser to mobile apps, building its new identity on the importance of privacy for end consumers. To...

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Fulham Palace’s new identity reveals time in layers of history


London’s Fulham Palace has a history going back thousands of years. Creative agency Design Culture has conceived a new brand identity to introduce it to the public, allowing the palace to move an important step towards brand...

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