The French-language radio station that has been a mainstay of Quebecois life for decades has rebranded as ICI.
Lippincott has redesigned the Stanley Black and Decker logo to more accurately portray Stanley’s scope as a brand.
On the cover of its latest issue, the weekly Sunday magazine Parade refreshed its logo for the first time in three decades.
Brazilian typographer Marcelo Schultz created designs for the Nike logo that appear to pop off the page.
The new identity for the Whitney Museum in New York, designed by Dutch consultancy Experimental Jetset, takes off in an entirely different direction just as the museum itself prepares to move to the Meatpacking District from the Upper East Side in 2015.
For Oklahoma City University’s new logo, Pentagram’s Austin office brightened the star motif from the previous mark.
A new logo for Broadway Books, the paperback division of Crown Publishers, will appear for the first time on Tom Reiss’s The Black Count, 2013’s Pulitzer Prize-winner.