In 2016 the Milan office of Futurebrand agency was commissioned to modernize the logo and packaging of Nesquik brand. First sold in 1948 (as Nestle Quik), Nesquik began as a single chocolate powder product to mix into milk and now has grown to a wider line of products that include ready-to-drink bottled milk, syrups, cereal, and a few other extensions like candy bars.
Danish lager brand Tuborg has unveiled refreshed branding, which looks to appeal to a younger audience of lager drinkers. Designed by Turner Duckworth agency, the refreshed visual identity is the brand’s first update since 2012.
Balenciaga recently debuted a redesigned logo. Modified under the guidance of the brand’s Artistic Director, Demna Gvasalia, who has been in the position since the end of 2015, the logo remains simple but the typography has been changed.
Established in 1715 in Cognac, France, Martell is one of the oldest brands of cognac in the world. Martell offers seven types of cognac with Cordon Bleu being its flagship product. Recently, Martell introduced a new identity and packaging designed by Paris-based Yorgo & Co..
To celebrate 25th anniversary eBay teamed up with NY-based Form& agency to develop new identity and logo for the successful online auction platform. The original multi-colored wordmark was replaced by the single color wordmark.
In 1775 an authorized genièvre (gin) making distillery opened at the Citadelle in Dunkirk, which was the royal distillery with an exclusive 20-year privilege. Citadelle gin is now produced in the South-West of France at the Maison Ferrand distillery using the same technology as 200 years ago.