All posts tagged: Interbrand

The motion behind the Sydney Opera House rebrand


There’s no doubt that Jørn Utzon’s distinct forms created an architectural icon that is the Sydney Opera House, so it is little wonder that the new SOH branding pays homage to its very surroundings. More interestingly the guys at Interbrand Sydney and Collider have dug deep and delivered an identity system that feels like it reveals the inner working of the building from how it was physically constructed to celebrating those forms you pass everyday […]

A Brand in a Day


Interbrand Sydney have just release a little gem of a project completed a few years back. Attila Yilmaz was just a guy following his passion for food. After traveling around Mexico, Attila discovered authentic ways to cook Mexican food and decided to mix his passion together with a hints of inspiration from his father and his Turkish roots to create Al Carbon. Meaning ‘over charcoal’, Al Carbon was part of the City of Sydney’s licensed […]

Profiles — Mike Rigby {Interbrand Australia}


It’s been a while since our last profile so we’re thrilled to be back with a chat with a much sought after modern day hero of design. He’s a young chap yet his career has already packed a basket load of finery in the last few years; most recently his journey has led him across the world to take up his first Creative Director role at Interbrand Australia. With Australia’s flourishing design industry we were […]

New light for Melbourne Theatre Company – Interbrand


Interbrand AUS have been excelling themselves of late and their latest work for Melbourne Theatre Company is no exception. Using a spectrum of colours as a basis for the new vibrant identity, MTC (Melbourne Theatre Company) has been launched back onto the map with a new look to match their fresh season of productions for 2013. The brand’s genesis to position MTC as glowing brightly and shining its light on the audience and whoever is […]