Tag Archives: Brand

From the heart

“Brand is not a communication issue,” says Olins, “it is an issue of communication plus behaviour plus product.”

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Back to Midtown

If you’re going to promote an area’s links with great writers, you have to do better than ‘The Bloomsbury Set, based in the area included Virginia Woolf and E.M. Forster.’ It doesn’t even make sense.

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Blank verse

Fresh thoughts Think of everything Made for your world. Now that’s thought for food. Tim  

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Planting an idea

Nice touch from the Bishopsgate Kitchen in London: a twist on the old book of matches thing

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On argument, instruction and authenticity

It’s refreshing to see a business have and express a point of view

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Passing thoughts

Why have they made one of the most historically rich parts of London sound like an area in Manhattan?

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Ruminations

I picked up a carton of the milk chocolate version, looked at the packaging and entered a parallel world of Modern Milk-soaked surrealism.

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Southbank Centre celebrates the Festival of Britain

The English language is a mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up wonder and the great leveller we all have in common.

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No real point

Cheryl Cole and L’Oreal ads are common targets of mimicry, but this artist hasn’t done enough to move the narrative on.

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