Category Archives: Turkey

Logo & Corporate Identity | Triangle doppelgängers

Near and far, inspirations for corporate identities can come from virtually anywhere, transcending cultures, geographical territories across vastly different industries. TOBB University of Economics and Technology (TOBB Ekonomi ve Teknoloji Üniversitesi), Turkey; Auckland City Council, New Zealand; US-based Ron Brown … Continue reading

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Brand Building | Owning the color red [2]

More on the role of color and branding. The two are inseparable. Without dwelling too much on the subject, as I’ve covered it in depth, but allow me to just point out that when “culture” is thrown in, the whole … Continue reading

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Logo & Corporate Identity | Smiley faces galore

If you think logos, corporate identity and any other brand logos are truly original these days… think again. There’s plenty company, the world over. Whether doppelgängers, look-alikes, wannabes, copies, or plain plagiarism, similarities abound. Sheer coincidence? Hey, in the era of internet, … Continue reading

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