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Mar 27 2020

McDonald’s and other brands are making ‘social distancing’ logos

It's not just people that are social distancing. Brands are doing it too. McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Audi and Volkswagen are just a few of the corporate conglomerates that are interpreting "social distancing" with logo redesigns. The term has become popular recently because of the spread of the novel coronavirus. Social distancing means standing 6 feet apart from others in an effort to lower the risk of contracting the illness.
Mar 27 2020

McDonald’s and other brands are making ‘social distancing’ logos

It’s not just people that are social distancing. Brands are doing it too.
McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Audi and Volkswagen are just a few of the corporate conglomerates that are interpreting “social distancing” with logo redesigns.
The term has become popular recently because of the spread of the novel coronavirus. Social distancing means standing 6 feet apart from others in an effort to lower the risk of contracting the illness.

It’s not just people that are social distancing. Brands are doing it too.

McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Audi and Volkswagen are just a few of the corporate conglomerates that are interpreting “social distancing” with logo redesigns.

The term has become popular recently because of the spread of the novel coronavirus. Social distancing means standing 6 feet apart from others in an effort to lower the risk of contracting the illness.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
DesignLogo design
Jan 29 2020

Camille Walala decorates “kids’ dream house” with more than two million Lego pieces

French designer Camille Walala has created a life-sized toy house inside a series of shipping containers to mark the launch of Lego Dots, the toy company's latest product. The House of Dots has all the hallmarks of a regular home – a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom – spread out over a two-story complex of eight containers in London's Coal Drops Yard. But instead of just paint, the designer's colourful, richly-patterned style is realised primarily through more than two million pieces of a new product called Lego Dots.
Jan 29 2020

Camille Walala decorates “kids’ dream house” with more than two million Lego pieces

French designer Camille Walala has created a life-sized toy house inside a series of shipping containers to mark the launch of Lego Dots, the toy company’s latest product. The House of Dots has all the hallmarks of a regular home – a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom – spread out over a two-story complex of eight containers in London’s Coal Drops Yard. But instead of just paint, the designer’s colourful, richly-patterned style is realised primarily through more than two million pieces of a new product called Lego Dots.

French designer Camille Walala has created a life-sized toy house inside a series of shipping containers to mark the launch of Lego Dots, the toy company’s latest product. The House of Dots has all the hallmarks of a regular home – a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom – spread out over a two-story complex of eight containers in London’s Coal Drops Yard. But instead of just paint, the designer’s colourful, richly-patterned style is realised primarily through more than two million pieces of a new product called Lego Dots.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
DesignInstallationLego
Dec 23 2019

Classic Blue is Pantone’s colour of the year for 2020

American colour company Pantone has chosen "universal favourite" Classic Blue, or Pantone 19-4052, as its colour of the year for 2020.Announced 4 December, the Classic Blue colour is described by Pantone as "a reassuring presence instilling calm, confidence and connection".
Dec 23 2019

Classic Blue is Pantone’s colour of the year for 2020

American colour company Pantone has chosen “universal favourite” Classic Blue, or Pantone 19-4052, as its colour of the year for 2020.Announced 4 December, the Classic Blue colour is described by Pantone as “a reassuring presence instilling calm, confidence and connection”.

American colour company Pantone has chosen “universal favourite” Classic Blue, or Pantone 19-4052, as its colour of the year for 2020.Announced 4 December, the Classic Blue colour is described by Pantone as “a reassuring presence instilling calm, confidence and connection”.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
ArtDesignFashionInteriorsPantone

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