Branding7: Bruce Mau Design, Jones Knowles Ritchie & More!

Branding is invaluable to a company’s longevity.

The representation of a company, whether through a logo, name, design, and more, is important to establishing a public persona to its customers, creating an emotional connection with consumers, and being culturally relevant. Presented are branding designs that have been recently submitted to us.
Creative Directors Chris Braden and Laura Stein, along with Designers Kyosuke Nishida, Tatsumi Taeron, Alexandre ViaultJade Courroy, and Peter Zweifel of Bruce Mau Design designed the above Platinum Award-winning branding for their client, ASICS, which “gives new life to the brand’s most iconic visual assets and asserts ASICS Tiger as the leader in sports lifestyle.” See below for more!
Tosh Hall of Jones Knowles Ritchie was tasked with redesigning Budweiser’s branding to revitalize the company’s image (above).  The Gold Award-winning campaign was meant to be “a subtle call-to-action that challenges our country to take accountability for the nation we want to become” during a time when “American national identity was debated, re-evaluated, glorified and celebrated.” Below, Buddy Harris of Poulin + Morris submitted a branding design they created for their client, Portman Holdings, to show their exceptional typography design.
There are only a few days left to submit your work to the Branding7 competition. The deadline is Tuesday, July 18. Enter your work while you still can––the sooner you enter, the better your chances for being promoted on our blog and social media!