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  To shed light on the value of design, we asked Julian Frood, Environmental Designer at BrandCulture, how he sees the world as a designer and problem solver. Jules has been part of our team at BrandCulture since 2013, and today he’s one of our most talented environmental designers. He’s also a daydreamer, film buff, […]

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  In June this year the world was stunned as the beautiful Iseo Lake in northern Italy was transformed into “The Floating Piers”. Exhibiting the genius that is Mother Nature, and in succinct style closing the loop between inspiration, art and once more: inspiration… The Floating Piers was the brainchild of American-Bulgarian artist Christo and […]

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A proud moment for BrandCulture this week as we share our delight in the 2016 Sydney Design Awards. The awards, held annually, function in a range of categories including Environmental Graphic Design. For this division BrandCulture has been awarded a Silver for Telstra’s Future Ways of Working. The award itself is a celebration innovation and […]

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As Australian As …

August 4, 2016

Happy Friday everyone! You may have noticed last week we posted an update on one of the more fun environmental graphics we’ve been involved in recently. Well this week’s instalment, once again for Atlassian, showcases the quintessential Australianness of the company’s DNA. There is a Charlies Bar located in the heart of every Atlassian office […]

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Pixel Perfect

July 28, 2016

We are excited to share photos of our latest branding and environmental graphics project for Atlassian. We were faced with the challenge of implementing temporary graphics into a narrow corridor covered with heritage tiles, requiring a product that would not damage the tiles and could be removed easily. Click here to view our timelapse of the entire installation The […]

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Do you love it? Do you despise it? Are you over it? One thing is for sure Pokèmon Go is out there for the taking, and much like most current trends the world is divided into 3 categories; for it, against it and whatever…The BrandCulture team are all in agreeance (it doesn’t happen often) that this […]

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Recently our esteemed leader and General in command Stephen Minning headed up a board of highly talented individuals for the annual 2016 Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD), Global Design Awards. Our friends at SEGD do an amazing job year in and year out to help promote and educate the masses of this wonderful, exciting and […]

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The Road Not Taken

June 16, 2016

Two paths diverged in a park, one paved with cement, the other a trail of worn grass. Which is the one more travelled by? And why? The poet Robert Frost might ponder the metaphorical paths we take to reach greater self awareness, but in the world of environmental design and wayfinding, understanding and/or predicting the route of […]

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Yes we all do, thanks to some great designers who were able to create a global visual language capable of enabling the whole world to reach their favourite teams without having to know the specific language of the Olympic host nation. Who wouldn’t find it difficult to get to the fencing pavilion in a foreign country […]

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Eyes on Berlin

May 8, 2016

  As good public art depends on good public spaces, Berlin is continuously transforming its spaces to become more inviting and open with collaborative and creative placemaking. As an article in Public Art Review puts it, the definition of placemaking is ‘to infuse identity into a three-dimensional space’. Berlin’s creative placemaking is enhanced by the […]

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The answer to the question above is irrelevant, the real question here is are you going? The answer to that is…you should, you must, you will! All lame brain washing attempts aside, let us tell you why, and yes we do know it started last month. Since its inception in 1973, the Biennale of Sydney […]

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For the few who don’t know, Kickstarter is one of the hottest sites on the web right now. The site that brought crowdfunding to the mainstream provides a platform for small, creative and independent projects to advertise to the public. Supporters of a project receive tangible rewards in return for their financial support. A testament to […]

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The Annual South by Southwest (SXSW) has just finished up in Austin, Texas. SXSW is a massive conference wrapped in a festival combining music, film and interactive technologies. For more than 30 years it has been the launchpad for whatever is ‘the next big thing.’ In recent years the Interactive conference has become a real focus with […]

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Making it Happen

February 25, 2016

Today I’m celebrating 4 years here at BrandCulture. 4 is a great number, I was born on the 4th, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Led Zeppelin and The Doors all had 4 members and the World Cup is every 4 years. I started here as an enthusiastic, fresh faced, black t-shirt wearing, day dreaming intern. Four years on, not much has […]

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Appearing unannounced, the pop-up is a trend that captivates attendees by constructing a feeling of relevance, interactivity and urgency. Often a pop-up will appear in unconventional environments such as abandoned warehouses, city laneways and empty lots, all adding to the shroud of ‘cool’ that a pop-up exudes. This temporal trend takes advantage of modern society’s […]

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One of the 5 Massimo Vignelli phrases to live by are – We like design to be visually powerful, intellectually elegant and above all timeless. Sounds easy right…? We have always worked on projects with large life spans, projects where the end is 2, 3 or even 5 years down the line. To ensure the final outcome […]

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Google Transport icons

January 28, 2016

Recently “Google Maps” adopted the iconography from Transport for NSW (TfNSW) for the City of Sydney’s ferry, train and light rail services. Already in use in other global cities such as Paris (with the use of the official Metro icon) and London (London Underground and National Rail icons), Google’s design approach is consistent with the […]

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Dragons Gate

January 21, 2016

Late last year saw the completion of 38 Albert Avenue, a ‘gateway’ site located strategically on the south eastern fringe of the Chatswood Commercial Centre. The development was purpose built to form the vanguard of Wu International’s expansion into the Australian property development market. Brandculture partnered with PTW Architects and project managers ProBuild to help […]

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A New Purpose

January 14, 2016

All over the world strategic urban planners are imagining projects aimed at offsetting urban decay. As cities struggle to find available land for new development projects, there is a counter-movement that is rejuvenating existing urban infrastructure that are outdated and have been neglected – a legacy of the master plan age. This repurposing can reinvigorate cities and unite […]

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The Year That Was

December 17, 2015

Once again it’s difficult to believe that we’ve come to the inevitable end of another great year. This year has been a whirlwind experience and I’m glad to have spent it with the team at BrandCulture. As a 2014 graphic design graduate from Design Centre Enmore, I joined BrandCulture in January of this year after […]

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Where’s Wally’s Walk?

December 10, 2015

Founded in 1964, Macquarie University’s main campus is located in Sydney’s North Ryde. What used to be market gardens and poultry farms is now a large campus (126 hectares) and consists of five faculties including a hospital. The campus landscape design was planned to revive the native vegetation and today visitors, students and staff can […]

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As part of the jury for the 2016 Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) Global Design Awards, we’re very proud to announce that our Managing Director Stephen Minning has been selected to serve as Chairman. Stephen will be championing a jury from a plethora of design backgrounds, including digital experience design, architecture and graphic design, […]

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Being Frank

November 26, 2015

One of the joys of travel is the unexpected. Nick Bannikoff experienced this on a recent trip to Japan when discovering an exhibition on the working process of Frank Gehry. Put on by the excellent 21_21 Sight design gallery (itself created by design doyens Tadao Ando and Issey Miyake) one of the three key projects […]

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AGDA Pinnacle Awards

November 19, 2015

The AGDA Design Awards have been Australia’s hub for creative excellence, since 1992. The awards have grown vastly across the event’s 20 year history, much like the organisation itself. Bringing a bunch of talented, international and local creatives to judge and discuss, each of the work submitted find those deserving of a Finalist, Distinction or […]

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Last weekend saw the annual, and awesome, gathering of Sydney Open. We’re hoping you were lucky enough to attend! Why you ask? Well not only does the Sydney Open, reveal some of the city’s most treasured and architecturally significant buildings from the CBD and around the city fringe. it also reveals some of the great environmental graphics and signage that compliment these […]

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Brilliant and Connected

October 22, 2015

BrandCulture recently implemented a uniquely ‘Telstra’ branded environment, that spans across 14 levels at 400 George St Sydney, complimenting Telstra’s current and ongoing vision of a ‘brilliant and connected future’. These environments support three vital brand drivers – colour, energy and angularity. During the rollout of these immersive environments Telstra approached BrandCulture to give their Hunter St, Newcastle […]

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FWOW – SITE STORIES

October 15, 2015

In January 2014 the Telstra brand bought to life their new brand strategy, ‘Creating a Brilliant Connected Future for Everyone’. To coincide with the launch, the redevelopment of the corporate space was formed at 400 George Street, Sydney. This lead to a great opportunity to infuse the brand within the physical space and represent a uniquely ‘Telstra’ experience. We were […]

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Pink is the new black!

October 8, 2015

Sydney bus commuters faced the largest CBD transport network changes in over 30 years on 4 October 2015.  Directing more than 630,000 commuters each day away from their regular travel routine and habits was never to be an easy undertaking. It was a massive effort by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) and BrandCulture, who worked in […]

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Just on three and a half years ago BrandCulture were approached by Marrickville Council to assist in the interpretive signage for the new SES centre at Sydenham. The site has a poignant history and was only available due to the demolition of a large residential area when Sydney Airport’s third runway was built in 1995. […]

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Bus Numbers

October 1, 2015

The biggest change to Sydney’s bus network in a generation will occur on the 4th of October when bus services will be removed from George Street and redistributed around the city.  To assist customers in finding their new stops BrandCulture was engaged by Transport for NSW to support their team in preparing a temporary wayfinding […]

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Beam Me Up, Scotty

September 24, 2015

Colour, form, music and sound. These terms epitomised the BEAMS arts festival. Four years since its inception in Chippendale, the theme of this year’s festival was Phenomena; and it truly was a phenomenal experience. The Chippendale Creative Precinct (CCP) has reinvigorated the once overlooked suburb, transforming it into a community hub and pioneering creative collaboration. […]

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Future Retail Trends

September 20, 2015

While attending the SEGD Be | Branded Environments events recently held in LA, an interesting observation was made by Hillary Jaye and Tom Horton of Gensler, looking at consumer culture and the future of retail with particular focus on retail trends. Take for example Starbucks Coffee, the largest coffee house company in the world, with 22,551 stores in 65 countries and […]

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SEGD DTLA Walking Tour

September 6, 2015

Following the SEGD Be | Branded Environments event held in August in the City of Angels, we were invited to tour Downtown Los Angeles. The tour highlighted the city’s urban core and Broadway district, which was once the entertainment epicentre of LA. Commencing at Union Station, (the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States […]

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SEGD B.E. LA

August 27, 2015

SEGD’s Be | Branded Environments Workshop On August 20th BrandCulture had the luxury of attending the SEGD Branded Environments Workshop Event in Burbank, Los Angeles. Focusing on the power of brand integration that transforms spaces, educates and energises. Gathered in the Woodbury University Auditorium was a diverse range of international guest speakers, all currently working within […]

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A Bright Future

July 24, 2015

LED (Light Emitting Diode) Technology is far from new, but advanced production methods, innovative installations and dynamic content is making them the most exciting screen technology around. The first great benefit of LED Screens is that they can be cast in almost any shape or configuration, as seen above from Telstra’s Headquarters in Sydney. Secondly they boast […]

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Two of the most fascinating talks we attended at this year’s Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) conference were given by Mike Rawlinson and Donald Meeker (we promise this is our last post for the year on the conference!). While the work they showcased was exceptional, what really interested us was the fact that in […]

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Be Dazzled

July 2, 2015

As we posted recently, one of the most exciting aspects of attending SEGD (Society of Experiential Graphic Design) events is the opportunity to meet and collaborate with industry professionals. We can’t think of a better example of this than Nik Hafermaas, who gave a talk on his work at the conference. Nik, a celebrated design […]

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Morning Peace

June 25, 2015

BrandCulture took part in #YokoOnoPeace Morning 2015, a global sunrise gathering held by the #MCAnow (Sydney). A celebration of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) exhibition Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971, and marking the 50th anniversary of Yoko Ono’s New York performance of Morning Piece (1964) to George Maciunas. The event was organised in partnership with the MCA (Sydney), the […]

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Quay to the City

June 11, 2015

Circular Quay is Australia’s ‘waterfront to the world’, a precinct that encompasses key elements of Sydney’s heritage and cultural attractions, with the likes of the Sydney Opera House, The Rocks and breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A fundamental transport hub and portal to the nation’s financial centre, Circular Quay is a domain where the […]

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Feeling Blu?

June 4, 2015

With the announcement that Bluleader was moving offices from their North Sydney HQ to the building next door, BrandCulture were engaged to provide design recommendations on the interior design fit out. This included a welcoming reception area, nestled between two private and full height glass meeting rooms, known as ‘Skyboxes’. It was important that the brand refresh for Bluleader leveraged from the origins of their […]

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In 2012 Telstra underwent a major brand relaunch, moving to a world of colour – to better represent the diversity of people, customers, products and services. BrandCulture were engaged to implement the brand refresh into the headquarters at 400 George Street, Sydney. The special materials reflect brand personality within energetic dichroic films and brand infused anodised […]

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The approach of winter signals a special time of year and the skies fall dark earlier. It forms a perfect backdrop for light and imagination to take centre stage. Tonight Vivid springs to life, a collision of light art and technology, which has captured the imagination of Sydney-siders for 6 years. Check out this experiential […]

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On a recent team trip to Canberra, BrandCulture had the pleasure of visiting the Australian War Memorial. This beautifully built structure consists of a shrine, a museum and an extensive archive, which when grouped together creates a world-class experiential design piece with cutting edge interactive experiences. The Memorial’s purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those […]

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Signage therapy

April 23, 2015

When customers are in an unfamiliar setting and need to find something specific, there is reassurance in knowing they can do so with the guidance of meaningful messaging and well placed signs. There are many processes in establishing an effective wayfinding system, for example – assessing any issues by researching and planning a user’s journey, […]

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This week BrandCulture joined esteemed company with the SEGD – Society of Experiential Graphic Design announcing the Top 20 Wayfinding Projects Since 2000.  We are greatly honoured that Find and Discover which we designed in 2010 for long time client University of Technology, Sydney was selected. BrandCulture worked closely with Gardener Wetherill Associates to deliver a functional and dynamic environment. The main workshop […]

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PUBLI[C AR]T

April 6, 2015

A growing trend that excites us at BrandCulture is the repurposing of the humble carpark as urban art. As the community has become more sophisticated, public authorities have become increasing demanding in their protection of local visual amenity. At the same time companies such as Sydney Water and World Square have become aware that their […]

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Big Summer

April 1, 2015

Not sure if you’ve noticed but BrandCulture love design! We are always excited to sink our teeth into whatever new projects inspire us. To help our creative visions come to life, no matter how crazy, small, large, intricate or diverse they are, we are always on the lookout for new, established, innovative and enthusiastic suppliers, distributors […]

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A Guiding Light

March 5, 2015

BrandCulture recently implemented a new wayfinding system in the Harbourside Shopping Centre, located within the Darling Harbour precinct. The precinct is being transformed into one of the most distinctive and dynamic new waterfront, business and leisure districts in Sydney. The heart of this transformation is a new world class convention, exhibition and entertainment venue (ICC […]

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Digital Wayfinding is disrupting traditional signage systems. These interactive systems need to be designed to make it easy for everyone to understand, ‘live’ data is always current, consistent, destinations are highlighted, and mapping is graphically demonstrated with clarity. When visiting a new place people need to navigate and this is defined as wayfinding. Moving people to […]

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Live local, think global

February 13, 2015

We created communication graphics, messaging and selected material components for Nakama, The Global Recruitment Business head quarters in Sydney, which shaped the visitors behaviour and experience in a way that fits with their operational and functional objectives. It also supports their offering as a global network that helps relocate talent around the world. (Na-ka-ma) is […]

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Keeping the flow

February 5, 2015

The people at Sydney Water work hard to keep this beautiful city flowing with clean water. There’s a lot going on behind the scenes and underground that we often take for granted, The North Head Treatment Plant in Manly is a sustainable and innovative operation vital to our community, agriculture and land rehabilitation.  BrandCulture recently created […]

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BrandCulture loves Sydney! We also love the amount of street art that’s growing in the midst of our urban and ephemeral landscape. Awesome initiatives such as SSAP (Sydney Street Art Project), a non for profit organisation committed to supporting, encouraging and providing opportunities for artists of all kind are helping drive the desire to turn […]

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Just a friendly reminder that entries for this years SEGD Global Design Awards are due on the 31st of January 2015. Late deadline is February 14th 2015. The SEGD Global Design Awards honor a wide range of projects, from interactive multi-media environments to complex hospital wayfinding systems, and from museum exhibition design to three-dimensional brand expression. Retail […]

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  University life is tough for a student… juggling lectures, tutorials, a part-time job, study, finding new friends, not to mention finding their way through a large campus! A year ago, BrandCulture embarked on a project to unify the University of Technology, Sydney campus through a wayfinding strategy as part of the UTS Masterplan. Along […]

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Amidst the Noise

November 27, 2014

  BrandCulture were excited to see the showcase of creative process and practice of the 2014 design exhibition at TAFE Enmore. We saw a great diverse range of talent; interior design, industrial design, film, graphic design and more…. From concept, design processes, logistics and installation. Enmore TAFE is where Ellen Young graduated, BrandCulture’s Creative Director, […]

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Picture Perfect

November 13, 2014

  Sydney was at its picture perfect best for this years Sydney Open. We previously posted about how we were excited to explore some of the cities great buildings and it truly did not disappoint. An array of buildings opened their doors from the British Medical Associations gothic art deco masterpiece from the 1920’s to Macquarie […]

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Our very excited MD, Stephen Minning, is currently in New York for the SEGD 2014 Xlab Digital Conference, on Thursday, November 6, 2014. Call it digital marketing, digital storytelling, or immersive experiences. No matter the terminology you use to describe it, digital technology is dramatically changing the way people interact with public spaces and each other—and […]

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View from the Shore

October 23, 2014

  One of BrandCulture’s favourite annual events, Sculpture by the Sea, started this Thursday. With something for everyone, the entries always run the gamut from simple typography and fun “big things” to the sophisticated and outright bizarre. We always look forward to the return of Toshio Lezumi’s beautiful glass pillars, or Oueshi Zokei’s seemingly impossible […]

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SYDNEY IS OPEN

October 21, 2014

Have you ever walked past a building and thought one of the following things – a) WOW, b) I wish I could explore inside, or, c) I wonder if there’s a bar in there…?  Well your prayers have been answered by Sydney Living Museums! They’ve handed you the keys to the city for its 10th Sydney […]

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Fast Forward

October 9, 2014

BrandCulture were excited this week when researching ‘Immersive Moments’ to stumble across a true sensory-challenging space for a retail experience located in Shanghai. Digital designers HUSH and architects Marc Thorpe Design approached this project by integrating the physical space and digital content together to create an all-encompassing experience for Under Armour’s customers. The retail space contains a light tunnel entrance followed by an amplified […]

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Blaze & Chill

October 2, 2014

We are always on the lookout for that something a little different for our projects. When our client first briefed us on their brand principles; ‘Colour, Angularity and Energy’ it reminded one of our team members of an installation he saw in San Francisco whilst passing through the new terminal. We researched and found Dichroic […]

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Cascading Words

September 18, 2014

  The work BIT.FALL is created by German artist Julius Popp turns water into a bearer of information. A computerised control system converts drops of water into a curtain of moving graphics, so that the falling droplets form typography for a brief moment before dissolving as they continue to fall. The “cascading waterfall” uses an underlying digital […]

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  This week we saw the launch of the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch which were both very exciting, but one video they showed at their keynote really caught our eyes, is a video called “Perspective”. While tricking our eyes by playing with perspective in the environment may not be a new concept – […]

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BrandCulture believe in bringing brands to life, and this is exactly what Adidas has done for their Research and Product Design Centre in Germany. Adidas, with the help of design agency Büro Uebele Visuelle Kommunikation, utilises their office environment as an extension of their brand through the architectural features, environmental graphics, and wayfinding design, inside the […]

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Nothing is Impossible

August 21, 2014

Branded Environments are moving with the times and are taking advantage of the affordability and flexibility of the latest technologies. A great example is what Nike has created in Shanghai, China for their Nike RISE campaign. The ‘House of Mamba’ features a floor inlaid with LED’s and motion sensors to track and visualise player movements. This technology allows it […]

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…easy as 1 2 3

August 14, 2014

Can a solid sculpture change shape? Well, this one, entitled Threshold by British artist James Hopkins for the Florentinium commercial offices development in Prague, effectively does! As you move around, it will appear to morph from 1, to 2, to 3. Or could it be a countdown? Either way, it is a fun, captivating visual trick […]

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It’s that time of the year again! SEGD, The Society of Experiential Graphic Design, are holding their annual conference in Atlanta on June 5-7th, themed – CONVERGENCE, Crossing Lines. Our MD Stephen Minning Attended last years ‘Above the Fog’ conference in San Francisco which was a huge success and helped raise both the industry standards, […]

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BrandCulture was very excited to be given the opportunity to design an installation for the West End of Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre. The installation would activate the area by creating a new experience for shoppers. Two giant light-boxes, displaying messages, beautiful visions and motion videos of seasonal graphics with ‘Life is’ 3D oversized letters, sitting […]

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The MLC brand heritage experience is a journey through the campus building down (or up) the 12 storey glass encased stairwell cut through the middle of the floor plate of this defining piece of architecture. This piece of architecture from 1956 was updated in 2000 to encourage vertical integration and now activity based working principles… […]

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Today marks a bold step forward for SEGD – the society of leading design professionals at the cutting edge of communications in the built environment… if you are ‘in the know’ then Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) is a common term to describe our profession but there has been confusion when using this term in general… most […]

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So with the 2013 SEGD Above the Fog conference wrapped, Brandculture are excited to say they contributed, along with one of our preferred suppliers, in more ways than one. Not only did our MD Stephen Minning thoroughly enjoy his time in the beautiful city of San Francisco and the motivational speakers at the conference, he […]

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Remember the time?

July 25, 2013

Can you remember the moments in your past that have helped shape your future? Or the times that were special only to you and were never shared?  The Heritage Awards offer unique opportunity to showcase the work of individuals, community groups, government departments and corporations who have completed projects promoting the conservation of Australia’s built, […]

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  It’s no secret here at BrandCulture that we love what we do and thrive on a challenge! Like all our great design jobs there’s always a method to the madness. Our portfolio section showcases all our well considered environments, branding and wayfinding projects however you only get a glimpse of the final product. The […]

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Here is a follow on post from our earlier Vector Graphics and Anamorphosis post. The Cubic Group installation is currently underway. To prepare for the installation of the Cubic Group project The BrandCulture Team constructed a model showing the linework and how it would appear on each window (see above). Various materials, such as the perspex cialis […]

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Anamorphosis Graphics

February 9, 2011

BrandCulture are working on a new environmental branding project for Cubic Group where we have taken some of their key projects and applied them to the glass walls of their offices and meeting rooms. Each room has a different project which includes; ATO, Jessie Street Centre, Parramatta / Pinnacle Office Park, North Ryde / Sydney […]

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George Weston Foods

January 21, 2011

George Weston Foods have recently moved into a completely new branded office environment. BrandCulture were recruited in April 2010 by the Marketing and Innovations Director, John Wardley to work closely with Caroline Egan-Strang who was the Director of People and Culture at the time. BrandCulture were recommended above several competitors for our ability to understand […]

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