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Refresh Updating a brand to modernise it and give it a fresh look while maintaining its essential qualities. Rebrand Redefining the brand identity of a product, service or organisation to alter its message. Consumerism < Identity and branding > Social responsibility 47 Shine (right and below) Studio Output presents PR company Shine by employing an antithesis. Instead of being shiny, the identity is cool and understated, but has an exciting and vibrant flash of colour. The identity features consistency in the restricted colour palette.
The new brand identity was part of a refresh for the organisation. The heritage and recognition of the old ‘C’ logotype was maintained and modernised in the rebrand by replacing the original fine-serif font with a bespoke, contemporary type style, optimised for clarity and legibility. The logo is used in a clear position to ensure coherence across a range of publications. It was implemented across a range of media, including stationery, marketing materials, catalogues, signage and website. These programmes prominently feature the new C Crafts Council logo while the main image relates to a different aspect of craft.
Many graphic designers now actively participate in culture jamming – the subverting of well-known corporate symbols and messages – to reflect other perspectives that people have of the global, corporate consumer world. Anti-consumerism While graphic design played a key part in the rise of consumerism, it is also used as a tool against it. Adbusters, through its ‘Buy Nothing Day’ does not ask the public to abandon its consumerist activity, but to question it. The misery of choice has never been more apt than in graphic design today as there are more modes of communication, more products, more people to sell to and more fonts to choose from; but do any of these ultimately make us happier?