• Transform magazine
  • December 14, 2019


Pritcia (Beaux) Wongwaisayawan

MoSEX reawakened


The Museum of Sex (MoSEX) in New York City has rebranded with bolder typefaces, framing erotic images relating to the history, science and culture of sex. This revival hopes to r...

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"Zee" new face of healthcare


Zocdoc, an online medical care scheduling service, has rebranded to further its vision of giving power to the patient. In collaboration with international creative agency, Wolff...

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Trunki vs. Kiddee

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Design rights battle reaches supreme court in London. The ruling may have implications for small creative firms that rely on design rights. Magmatic, a Bristol-based company and...

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Icelandair goes the extra mile

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Icelandair launches a new, free stopover service for passengers traveling across the Atlantic....

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Iconic doll evolves


It has been a long time coming, but Mattel has released its newest line of Barbie dolls, Fashionista. It includes a wide range of body types, skin tones, eye colours and hairstyl...

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Armed with the forces of a new brand


This year ensures greater growth for the armed forces covenant as Rufus Leonard, a London-based brand development agency, was recently hired by the UK Government to handle the communications and branding of the initiative....

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Copyright claims


Most well-known brand products are recognised by one distinctive feature or colour, such as Christian Louboutin’s pronounced red soles or Tiffany & Co.’s classic Tiffany blue. Th...

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