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Visual Design to Combat Covid

The power of design to lift the human spirit. In response to the United Nations’ call for creativity, the world’s designers have pitched-in to create a wave of inspiring and beautiful imagery to lift the soul. We love that design gets to play such a…

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Everything will be alright – Inspiring Design from around the world.

An inspiring message of hope and solidarity from Dutch designer; Marcel Wanders Dutch designer Marcel Wanders has creates a beautiful piece if typography and design that combines an interpretation of the Italian flag and the phrase ‘AndrĂ  tutto bene’, which translates to; ‘everything will be…

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UN’s Creative Call-out to Combat Covid-19

The United Nations has made a global call out to creatives to help stop the spread of Covid-19. We love that the creative community has been given a chance to be part of this global positive movement and are on the edge of our seat…

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Our branding for eCommerce ski gear start-up; Snowkids.

A brand created by a snow family for families who love the snow. We recently worked with a couple of Melbourne entrepreneurs to turn their long-held dream of starting a online ski-gear business into reality. In the super crowded world of eCommerce, if you’re going…

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Branding

When it comes to brand identity briefs, they don’t get grander than this. Every four years when the Olympic Games roll around we are treated to perhaps the most plumb job in the world of branding. The games combine the perfect branding brief – a…

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In-N-Out Burgers launches branded kicks

The Holy Grail of Branding. When designing a brand identity for any brand, but especially a consumer brand, we look to develop visual brand assets than can become instantly recognizable to their loyal fans. These assets allow a brand to be creative in what it…

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McDonald’s de-brands to make a bold brand statement.

The power of brandless branding. Loving these new ads for McDonald’s by Leo Burnett in London. The holy grail for branding is when you’re able to remove your logo and the visual language of the brand, the product or the product description alone communicates who…

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Burger King’s invitation to Harry and Meghan.

A Right Royal Bit of Branding Fun. I’m loving this brand campaign from Burger King leveraging the global interest in the current Royal family split. Creating timely brand ads that connect with something as newsworthy as the royal split is not a new idea, but…

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22 of My Favourite Christmas Windows

Come the festive season many brands get into the spirit. Some carry-off the Christmas brand thing better than most with a mixture of inspiration and aesthetic wonder. I’ve collected a few of my faves from over the years, each with their own sense of occasion…

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The Future of Retail Branding for 2020 & Beyond

The changing face of consumer behavior raises a red flag for retail brands. When I think back even just a decade ago, the demands of retail customers were not so different from the decades before. Essentially most retailers could add a functional web site and…

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Oscar the Artist – Celebrating our Creative Community

At Truly Deeply we love sharing and celebrating not only our creative branding work but that of our extended brand family. In this case it’s doubly easy when the work includes Oscar the Grouch. Produced for the 50th anniversary of Sesame Street, Square Space New…

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THE:5th’s Swiss Brand Strategy Masterstroke

How do you launch a category leader to the next phase of growth? This was one of the challenges facing THE:5th when we sat down with them to develop the brand strategy for their next business phase (you can check a case study of our…

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