Logospotter Review

Posted Oct 8th 2013

Royal College of Art

With a solid base underpinned by authority and heritage, they can be free to express their creativity and innovative nature.

From the development of the existing brand that has been undertaken by Neville Brody’s

research studios

Now moved - and not deemed important enough to archive I presume.

The rollout of the new brand hasn’t made it to the main site at the time of writing, but the changes aren’t huge. With such a big reputation the RCA doesn’t need to try too hard with it’s identity, instead using it’s visual capital simply. A nicely drawn crest and some modern serifs is a pretty neutral understated treatmment that says ‘we are the Royal College, and we don’t need to shout about it’.

Tagged : English , Crest , Monocolour , Serif , London

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