11 results for “Brand Territory”

Make Toblerone Great Again!

Ruben Baart
November 12th 2016
American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote.

Minimalist Effect in the Maximalist Market

Abby Qin
February 20th 2015
The multidisciplinary design consultancy Antrepo Team created a project named Minimalist Effect in the Maximalist Market in 2010.

Brand Logos Translated into Chinese

Yunus Emre Duyar
February 11th 2015
Would you be able to recognize these logos if they were in Chinese?

Corporate Logos Zoology

Alessia Andreotti
June 26th 2014
The biodiversity of corporate “species” is increasing.

Top 100 Economies: 37 are Corporations

Van Mensvoort
February 10th 2014
37 of the world’s 100 largest economies are corporations.

Leaves & Logos Identification Quiz

Van Mensvoort
January 8th 2014
Most people nowadays know more logos and brands than bird or tree species. Go test your own knowledge. Take a look at the leaves and logos above and see how many you can identify without looking them up.

Pepsi Aubergine

Van Mensvoort
January 6th 2014
Occasionally you bump into an image that seems related to our next nature quest, but you are unable to verbalize.

Budweiser Cans Water for Storm Victims

Allison Guy
November 9th 2012

In more next natural news from Hurricane Sandy, Anheuser-Busch, parent company of the American beer brand Budweiser, has been canning water for victims of the disaster. The company temporarily converted one of its manufacturing facilities from churning out bland beer to life-giving water.

The result is uncanny: A beer can with the familiar eagle logo of Budweiser, now filled with essential, non-alcoholic water. In a world where corporations often have more power than governments, it is not surprising that in …

Huggable Vending Machine

Van Mensvoort
April 24th 2012

Finally a vending machine that doesn't want you money, it wants hugs. Embrace it to get a free can of coke. Might give you rushes of anthropomorphobia too though.

Via The Pop-Up City. Thanks Teun.…

Coca-Cola embraces Organic Coke?

Van Mensvoort
March 11th 2012
Coca Cola company is considering to actually bring Organic Coke to the market?
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As a direct result, American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduced the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars in the UK, causing outrage on Twitter.American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote, causing outrage on Twitter.In a statement the company explained the changes were needed in order to compensate the higher cost of the ingredients and to avoid to raise the price of its bars. The 400-gram pyramid-shaped chocolate bars are now reduced to 360 grams and the 170-gram bars to 150 grams. The packaging, however, remains unchanged.American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote, causing outrage on Twitter.Last month another multinational company, Unilever, announced its plans to raise its prices by 10% in order to compensate the plummeting pound. This could lead to supermarket wars and have disastrous effects on traditional British "delicacies", such as PG Tips and Marmite. For that reason we turn to current events in the US presidential outcome and state: make Toblerone great again!Source: Dezeen [post_title] => Make Toblerone Great Again! [post_excerpt] => American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote. 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Their goal is to meditate on the most desirable and simplistic packaging and labeling of well-known supermarket products.The team believes that almost every consumption good needs some review for a minimal feeling. They illustrate this by putting side by side three different design variations for the same product: the original variation, the simplified variation and the even simpler variation. Below some examples:004_905 003_905 007_905 002_905005_905 001_905 006_905 008_905In 2013, three years after the creation of this project, the minimalist labeling idea inspired the No Noise Campaign of Selfridges, a chain of high end department stores in the UK.Story via A2591, image via Mehmet Gozetlik [post_title] => Minimalist Effect in the Maximalist Market [post_excerpt] => The multidisciplinary design consultancy Antrepo Team created a project named Minimalist Effect in the Maximalist Market in 2010. 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This is the question that drives Mehmet Gozetlik' s, aptly-named Chinatown."Chinatown pushes viewers to ask themselves what it means to see, hear, and become fully aware. ‘Chinatown’ also demonstrates our strangeness to 1.35 billion people in the world, when you can’t read Chinese" says Mehmet Gozetlik.The logos are reconstructed by the artist using neon lights. Some of them are easily recognizable but some of them are challenging without the latin alphabet we are so familiar with.Logos in Chinese 6 Logos in Chinese 5 Logos in Chinese 4 Logos in Chinese 3 Logos in Chinese 2 Logos in Chinese Logos in Chinese 7Mehmet Gozetlik is the executive art director and Co-Founder of the Turkish design team Antrepo.Story via Sploid, images via Behance [post_title] => Brand Logos Translated into Chinese [post_excerpt] => Would you be able to recognize these logos if they were in Chinese? 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This includes looking for living examples of animals that are considered extinct, or animals whose existence lacks physical support but which appear in myths and legends. The specimens shown here are examples of a surreal view on the influence of our global branding and mass consumerism. A disturbing example of industrial evolution.”For centuries artists painted trees and clouds because that was the landscape around them, today they remix brands and logo because that is what they are surrounded by.[caption id="attachment_40231" align="aligncenter" width="530"]Cryptozoölogie (specimen 8) CRYPTOZOOLOGY (SPECIMEN 8) OIL ON PANEL[/caption][caption id="attachment_40230" align="aligncenter" width="530"]Cryptozoology (Fish skeleton) Oil on panel, wood and glass cabinet Cryptozoology (Fish skeleton) Oil on panel, wood and glass cabinet[/caption] Find more specimens at Gurt Swanenberg  [post_title] => Corporate Logos Zoology [post_excerpt] => The biodiversity of corporate “species” is increasing. 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Will their branded territories determine the borders of the future?The lists make it tempting to conclude that nation states are a dying species soon to be superseded by corporations, yet until the day corporations start sending out aircraft carrier ships, we know the nation state is still alive – and kicking.Via Makewealthhistory.org. Thanks Marleen. [post_title] => Top 100 Economies: 37 are Corporations [post_excerpt] => 37 of the world’s 100 largest economies are corporations. 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Which two leaves were the most difficult?Answers after the jump.leavesandlogosanswersThe quiz was created by Jackie Roby of Go Wild Education. Thanks Sue Thomas. [post_title] => Leaves & Logos Identification Quiz [post_excerpt] => Most people nowadays know more logos and brands than bird or tree species. Go test your own knowledge. Take a look at the leaves and logos above and see how many you can identify without looking them up. 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The company temporarily converted one of its manufacturing facilities from churning out bland beer to life-giving water.The result is uncanny: A beer can with the familiar eagle logo of Budweiser, now filled with essential, non-alcoholic water. In a world where corporations often have more power than governments, it is not surprising that in times of crisis they respond faster than "official" organizations, and are better equipped to do so. See also ColaLife. 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Back in 2008 this was merely a speculative design, created to stir a discussion on the use of natural imagery to market products.As many people liked the idea of Organic Coke it obtained a certain presence & visibility on the Internet. Apparently some people at the Coca Cola company are now considering to actually bring Organic Coke to the market. At least, if this internal 'Situation Analysis Report' is genuine.Be Brave, Be Optimistic, Be Different, Be Young, Take care of your BODY, Drink Organic Coke. Admittedly that slogan still needs some work, yet it would certainly be to our delight to see the green cans appearing in the supermarket. Yes, I still want my Organic Coke! [post_title] => Coca-Cola embraces Organic Coke? [post_excerpt] => Coca Cola company is considering to actually bring Organic Coke to the market? 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As a direct result, American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduced the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars in the UK, causing outrage on Twitter.American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote, causing outrage on Twitter.In a statement the company explained the changes were needed in order to compensate the higher cost of the ingredients and to avoid to raise the price of its bars. The 400-gram pyramid-shaped chocolate bars are now reduced to 360 grams and the 170-gram bars to 150 grams. The packaging, however, remains unchanged.American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote, causing outrage on Twitter.Last month another multinational company, Unilever, announced its plans to raise its prices by 10% in order to compensate the plummeting pound. This could lead to supermarket wars and have disastrous effects on traditional British "delicacies", such as PG Tips and Marmite. For that reason we turn to current events in the US presidential outcome and state: make Toblerone great again!Source: Dezeen [post_title] => Make Toblerone Great Again! [post_excerpt] => American chocolate manufacturer Mondelez reduces the weight of its widely popular Toblerone bars as a result of the Brexit vote. 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