Interns Bangz and Zoe take us through the highlights of their time together at ECHO...
Standout and recognition on shelf are no longer enough...
There’s something new in Selfridges. It’s the pop-up Poundshop.
Patriotism is a very un-British phenomenon. According to stereotype, we’re a self-effacing, pessimistic bunch and we very rarely fly Union Jacks outside our houses. But in the aftermath of the Jubilee, London 2012 Olympics, and our first Wimbledon win in many moons, I think it’s fair to say that we are all feeling a little more pride than usual.
So after 30 days of new logos, Yahoo! have finally unveiled their finished and final new logo...
Research findings from Which? show that hard-to-open packaging is stopping a quarter of the public from eating what they want.
I have just completed a 4-week placement at Echo Brand Design, my name is Ella and I am a 2nd Year Product Design Student from Central Saint Martins.
The famously divisive Marmite have been causing even more controversy than usual this week as a result of their most recent television ad.
By Georgina Bourke
Last Thursday night while most of team Echo were flying high up the Shard, I was down at the Museum of Brands watching type designer and lettering artist Seb Lester talk about his work…
I for one, had always been a firm believer that Andy Murray would never win Wimbledon. Cynical I may be, but I’m pretty sure that I wasn’t alone in the belief that there was just too much pressure, too much expectation… it just would have been too darn good to be true.
Nick spent some time with Kate Belan at Popsop. They talked about champagne, madness and good design. Read the interview below...
ECHO was delighted to see that Molson Coors Brewing Company recently won Alcoholic Drinks Brand of the Year for Carling Zest. ECHO designed the branding, primary and secondary packaging for this innovative light summertime beer.
Walt Disney’s excellent short film Paperman was doing the rounds in the studio a few weeks ago. It’s great to see Disney return to hand drawn 2D animation, whilst 3D and CG animation have their place, nothing beats the humanising aspect of a hand drawn sketch.
A homemade electric assisted bicycle that is both utilitarian and fun – staying true to the spirit of two-wheeled transportation.
Herr Doctor and Hair Doctor, (Nigel and Ash) explain the finer details of the new ECHO identity to a captive audience. A fine time was had by all.
I would urge anyone who works in a creative role to explore (time permitting) another creative outlet from their day job.
Retro today, modern in its day.