Welcome back to your weekly instalment of the latest creative news. This week includes Burberry’s rebrand, Harry Kane fivers and a couple of our favourite Pride 2018 campaigns.
A batch of six £5 notes etched with Harry Kane’s face have now entered circulation after micro-engraver Graham Short created them to celebrate the six goals the player scored in this year’s World Cup. The artist creates the portraits by scratching the design with a fine needle into the clear section of the note. Currently making their way across the UK, the fivers are said to be worth a whopping £50,000, so we don’t know about you, but we’ll be keeping an even closer eye on our cash from now on! (Source: The Telegraph)
Yo Sushi’s ‘No labels’
Yo Sushi have removed all branding and labels from their website, social media and High Street Kensington restaurant to show their support for London Pride. They said they hope the campaign ‘No Labels, Just Pride’ will help raise awareness for the LGBTQ+ community. (Source: The Drum)
Swedish Armed Forces don Rainbow Camo
Another Pride campaign now, this time from Sweden. The Swedish Armed Forces have released a social media campaign showing two soldiers wearing rainbow camouflage paint, along with the caption ‘We don’t always march straight’. The campaign celebrates Sweden hosting EuroPride this year in Stockholm and Gothenburg. (Pink News)
Burberry ditches its Knight
Burberry took to Instagram this week to unveil their new brand. They’ve ditched the famous knight and horse and instead gone with a simplified monogram logo and bright ‘TB’ pattern symbolising the company’s founder Thomas Burberry. (Design Week)
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