A Brand for London

In the press

Posted in The Journey by Moving Brands on September 2, 2009


The London Paper, Page 5. “A competition to come up with a design for London… has got the capital’s creative juices flowing. Moving Brands used Twitter to ask Londoners for their input. The firm’s founder, James Bull said: “The response has been fantastic.”

Pick up today’s edition for the full article.


The Evening Standard, Page 3. “One of the firms in the running, Moving Brands, used Twitter to invite the public to take part in the creative process… Mr Hull [sic] Bull added: “What we are proposing is a collaborative way Londoners can shape the logo.” ”

Here’s hoping Boris is keeping up with the news today!


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  1. john said, on September 2, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    Whilst I accept this is motivated by a love for our great city please don’t let such a vital, amorphous, timeless entity be reduced to a jpeg, a t-shirt and a give-away mouse-mat. No Logo for London!

  2. Moving Brands said, on September 2, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    I’ve been called a lot of things in my time – but never ‘Hull’.

  3. Neil said, on September 3, 2009 at 10:56 am

    Interesting that all London Lite, Evening Standard and The London Paper have all picked up on the smiley face idea.

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