Another High Street Rebrand

bilky asko
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barcode wrote:
Mon 24 Jun, 2019 23.16
That piece is a year old, and still both brands are on the high street.
Yes - as anyone who has been on TV Forum should know, rebrands can take a long time...
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barcode
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you would think something would change after a whole year?
wells
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Yes and it is.
thegeek
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the Clydesdale brand isn't disappearing entirely:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland- ... s-48687385
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Boots have switched to paper carrier bags which look lovely:

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Also, a new concept store has opened in Covent Garden, and the internal signs use the "Since 1849" font rather than VAG Rounded.

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Looks like a christmassy mash up between Primark and Holland & Barrett.
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Looks all good, apart from the last image. I think the light boxes and foliage look quite dated. Also, those leaves will look even worse when they are inevitably covered in dust.
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scottishtv wrote:
Fri 28 Jun, 2019 16.48
Looks all good, apart from the last image. I think the light boxes and foliage look quite dated. Also, those leaves will look even worse when they are inevitably covered in dust.
Dust was my first thought too. I have a feeling they're real plants though as this store in particular is going for an eco-friendly vibe.
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Whataday wrote:
Fri 28 Jun, 2019 19.11
scottishtv wrote:
Fri 28 Jun, 2019 16.48
Looks all good, apart from the last image. I think the light boxes and foliage look quite dated. Also, those leaves will look even worse when they are inevitably covered in dust.
Dust was my first thought too. I have a feeling they're real plants though as this store in particular is going for an eco-friendly vibe.
They'll be dead within 2 years then.

Not sure if that's better or worse than the plastic'y shit that was popular in food courts in the 90s.
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WillPS wrote:
Mon 01 Jul, 2019 10.00
Whataday wrote:
Fri 28 Jun, 2019 19.11
scottishtv wrote:
Fri 28 Jun, 2019 16.48
Looks all good, apart from the last image. I think the light boxes and foliage look quite dated. Also, those leaves will look even worse when they are inevitably covered in dust.
Dust was my first thought too. I have a feeling they're real plants though as this store in particular is going for an eco-friendly vibe.
They'll be dead within 2 years then.

Not sure if that's better or worse than the plastic'y shit that was popular in food courts in the 90s.
I was going to say, it looks very Wimpy early 90s.
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Reminds me of:

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