Vivienne Westwood redesigns uniforms for Virgin Atlantic airlines
Budweiser redesigns can to resemble bowtie
“The Budweiser bowtie can is a natural progression from the new packaging introduced in 2011 that emphasized the iconic bowtie, a symbol that first appeared in a national advertising campaign for Budweiser in 1956.” —prnewswire
The new beer cans will appear on shelves starting May 6th, 2013.
Pentagram redesigns NYC parking signs
Scrollbars from 1981 - present
From Xerox Star’s arrows, diamonds, lines and boxes to Apple’s curved, semi-opaque rectangle, the design of the scrollbar has been reshaped and permutated in countless ways. Agencies eventually decided that it was necessary to make a new one for each client/project for a while even. (Does this still happen?)
Coca-Cola and Pepsi continue to rely on nostalgia for throwback can designs. Did these iconic brands need so many redesigns through the last decade to stay fresh?
“People seriously love their cola cans. Yet Coca-Cola and Pepsi are always tinkering with their packaging…” —Gabriel Beltrone, via AdWeek