Is it possible to distill the character of a city into a single, striking logo? In some ways it seems crass to (re)brand a place, reducing the complexity of a locale into to what is, essentially, a marketing campaign. Done well, however, the efforts can unite locals and lure leisure travelers, who bring with them a major financial boon (check out the World Bank’s map of international tourist dollars from the past four years--there’s a lot of cash involved). But have we reached peak branding?
The sea tore through the flood defences on the coast, but also ripped open the debate about whether we repair the defences and protect freshwater habitats, or allow the salt water to remain. Environment Agency boss Paul ...
Miss Lask's insight:
An interesting analysis of some of the decisions which must be made when deciding how best to protect the coast.
The likes of Clerkenwell Design Week, South London Art Map, Peckham Artist Moving Image, Fitzrovia Design Trail, Hackney Wicked, and the recently launched EC1 &WC1 galleries art map: all are local attempts by local people to create or cement a...
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