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Rebrand Roundup: Shout out to royal mint court, new-look Tumblr, art meets ice cream + more

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me&dave – Royal Mint Court

me&dave, in collaboration with real estate developer Delancey, has brought London institution Royal Mint Court back to life with a refreshing and unique branding strategy. Since Barclays’ departure in 2000, the historic British site had been left dormant, so integrated branding agency me&dave was recruited to turn its fortunes around. me&dave was tasked with creating a brand that would respect the heritage – there are listed buildings and it’s opposite the Tower of London – and ‘shout out’ about its forward-looking potential. London

 

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