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Rebrand Roundup: Bins, Pies, 'Secret' Clubs and other stories

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Conran Design Group – Keep Britain Tidy

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Award-winning brand design agency Conran Design Group (part of the Havas Creative Group) has partnered with Keep Britain Tidy on a new brand identity including the redesign of the charity’s famous “Tidyman” symbol. The focus is on reinstating Tidyman’s iconic status and integrating him more clearly within the organisation. Keep Britain Tidy Ambassador and TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp unveiled the new symbol in a photoshoot to show her support for the work of the leading anti-litter charity. The agency was

 

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