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This week, we are delighted to introduce our newest team member – Catalina Bautista – who brings a decade of design, wayfinding and environments expertise to our studio. Originally from Bogota, Colombia, Catalina came to Australia to complete her Masters in Environmental and Graphic Design back in 2009. She was snapped up by an exhibits […]

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  A few of the BrandCulture team will be packing their suitcases this winter and heading for the glamorous beaches of Miami, where the 2017 SEGD Conference is running from 8th to 10th June – if you’re interested in experience design, you should join us! The Society of Experiential Graphic Design is famous for hosting […]

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  BrandCulture is looking for a passionate Senior Branded Environmental Designer with a range of outstanding projects within their portfolio. Specialising in strong graphics with a great understanding of brand identities, placemaking, signage and wayfinding within a variety of sectors – corporate interiors, education, hospitality, retail and public spaces. This role will extend across initial […]

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Pixel Perfect

September 28, 2016

Our latest branding and environmental graphics project for Atlassian pays tribute to the company’s clients using thousands of pixelated coloured squares, each one painstakingly positioned by hand. Atlassian is the shining star of Australia’s start-up sector, growing by around 40% every year. It attracts incredible clients – the likes of eBay, Coca-Cola, Visa, BMW and […]

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King & Wood Mallesons

September 26, 2016

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I shot the sheriff but I didn’t shoot no deputy. Try getting that out of your head after a whole Show & Tell session dedicated to sheriffs… I mean serifs. Last week the topic was “Show us your serif”, where the BrandCulture team each selected a serif font we admired and discussed it over Pinot, Pure […]

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If a picture paints a thousand words, then a map illustrates far more. The London Underground map has progressed from a simple geographically accurate portrayal of lines in 1908 to a constantly reinterpreted piece of iconic modernist art. Even in its most basic form, the evolution of the Tube map is a fascinating glimpse through […]

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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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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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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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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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The completion of the stack plans at Telstra’s national headquarters saw a timely opportunity to engage with the Telstra Executive Teams at the annual TET Summit. Executives were exposed to a new workplace strategy that would change how people would work at Telstra forever. The national Summit was held in Melbourne and installation created by BrandCulture offered a platform to engage […]

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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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A visual delight!

October 11, 2012

The BrandCulture team were lucky enough to check out the Visual Impact Image Expo at the Sydney Convention Centre in September. Among the exhibitionists were large format printers, commercial shop fitters, numerous retail display units and a host of material distributors. Of all the visually inspiring products that caught our attention, here are a couple of […]

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A winning combination

October 21, 2011

Luxottica approached Visual Merchandising consultant and expert Deborah Minning to advise on how to bring a consistent look and feel to the OPSM stores. The Visual Merchandising knowledge Deborah has learn’t from many years working throughout Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East on fashions premium brands; Calvin Klein, Armani, Alfred Dunhill to name but a […]

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Bringing brands to life. BrandCulture is an award-winning design consultancy that works with clients across three key disciplines to ensure their brands live in the hearts and minds of their employees, stakeholders and customers. To increase engagement, brands need to demonstrate – not just communicate – their positioning, values and heritage. We help you do […]

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Portfolio

May 14, 2010

BRANDCULTURE HAS A PROVEN TRACK RECORD CREATING INSPIRING BRANDING, ENVIRONMENTS AND WAYFINDING SYSTEMS. HERE’S A SELECTION OF OUR RECENT WORK:

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