Western draws from rich history with new visual identity
The new brand sees Western transition from the Tower logo (adopted in 2000) in favour of an updated version of the shield that appears in Western’s coat of arms. The new logo is coupled with a custom font, created by designer Ian Brignell, who also created a custom font for Harvard University. Both the font, to be registered as ‘Hellmuth’ and the logo will be used to distinguish the overall university, and its faculties and units.
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Thousands of Aussies votes have decided the 50 new names to appear on Coca-Cola bottles.
They will soon be able to share a COKE with Katie, Damien and Alison after casting more than thirty thousand votes to decide the 50 new names that will appear on bottles of COKE this month, for the final phase of the ‘Share a COKE’ campaign.
Following unprecedented consumer response to the launch of the original 150 names in October, the second phase of the campaign saw Coca-Cola give Australians a say in choosing the next 50 names. Consumers were invited to nominate the names of their friends and loved ones for consideration and share a story to explain why they would like to share a COKE with that person.
The final shortlist of names was then put to public vote on the Coca-Cola Facebook page
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The University of Western’s online magazine Western News profiled Ian in their online magazine. Read it here. (Illustration by Scott Woods)
No. We can’t sell it to you. Bell owns it.
Thanks for asking, though!
A crushing deadline. The logo and Bell Slim font had to be ready in time for the summer Olympics.
This was part of a nation-wide cosmetics merchandising campaign for The Bay.
Every time I see this I think of Lucille Ball. Why?