• Transform magazine
  • August 18, 2018

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Taylor Rice

Timeline: FIFA World Cup

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During the 2018 FIFA World Cup, an examination of the tournament’s previous designs revealed distinct visual eras in its history. From early surrealist and art deco posters to late-century minimalist logos and recent conceptua...

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Spotlight on Formula One

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Formula One debuted a new brand to represent the fast-paced sport on a global scale. The move may help the sport change its reputation, but trademark uncertainty still reigns on the racetrack. Taylor Rice reports...

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Uber Vietnam debuts bold new apparel for uberMOTO drivers

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The Uber icon pasted on the windshields of cars around the world has helped customers identify their ride-sharing drivers since Uber debuted in 2009. However, with the introduction of Uber’s Vietnamese motorbike taxi service,...

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#TransformTuesday: 23 January

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Every week, Transform examines recent rebrands and updated visual identities. This week’s picks are below. For more from #TransformTuesday, follow @Transformsays....

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Atlantic Media Strategies rebrands as Atlantic 57

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The Atlantic magazine’s creative consultancy company, Atlantic Media Strategies, is starting 2018 by rebranding itself under the new name Atlantic 57. Founded in 1857 (an inspiration...

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Foodpanda delivers neon pink rebrand

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Singapore-based food delivery service foodpanda has recently undergone a rebrand in an attempt to stand out from competitors and local cityscapes. The company, which was acquired by...

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Diet Coke targets the Millennial market

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Coke has lost its cool. With a drop in sales, particularly among the Millennial market, the Coca-Cola Company has invested in a multi-national rebrand of Diet Coke, with new can designs, flavours, and campaigns aimed at modern...

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