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Melbourne Theatre Company by Interbrand

Logo developed by Interbrand under the theme of 'new light' for Melbourne Theatre Company

Design agency Interbrand have recently updated their visual identity work created for the Melbourne Theatre Company in time for its 2013 season.

Based on the ‘matrix of intersecting, wireframe boxes’ that surround the theatre’s architectural structure, the original identity drew on the ‘heritage of theatre, while alluding to the contemporary nature of the performances’ with a proprietary typeface that mixes slim and broad, humanist, and geometric characters with sharp junctions and terminals, stencil cut detail, dual lines and a fluorescent tube finish. This has now been expanded on under the theme of ‘new light’ with a direction that allows the typography to play an integral role in illuminating theatrical scenes through some really well shot scenes executed across the collaterals. The result is a clear juxtaposition of light and shade that delivers a strong sense of space and dramatic performance.

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Buffalo Systems designed by The Consult

Logo designed by The Consult for outdoor clothing brand Buffalo Systems

Buffalo Systems is a outdoor clothing brand established by mountaineer Hamish Hamilton that has, over its 30 year history, developed a reputation for creating ‘exceptionally effective and durable outdoor clothing’. Design agency The Consult was recently involved in fine tuning Buffalo System’s brand positioning, delivering a revised and much improved visual identity (alongside new photography) consistently executed across swing tags, campaign materials, point-of-sale and a new website.

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More4 designed by ManvsMachine

Before and after: more4

More4 is a UK digital television channel owned by Channel Four that reruns documentaries, drama and lifestyle programmes of its parent channel as well as broadcasting a number of original pieces. Yesterday it was announced that from January 2012 More4 will have a new identity developed by London based digital design agency ManvsMachine, dropping the single colour and organically animated four, in favour of a new, geometric and colourful logo-mark.

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