I have to say that, of all the recent brand refreshes I’ve seen recently, the new work done for Goodyear Europe by London-based corporate identity and branding firm October has been one of my favourites.
Keep It Clean & Simple
The rebrand makes use of exceptionally simple typography, featuring the famous Helvetica, minimal iconography that reminds me, at least, of the pictogram style famously developed by Otl Aicher for the 1972 Olympics, and, for the print material, a very strict and clean grid system with lots of white space and large images. In short, the new style puts me in mind of the famous Swiss graphic design masters of the 1950s, which possibly explains why I love it.
Images above taken from October’s Goodyear rebrand project on their Behance portfolio
Ian Cylkowski aka Izo
Logo & Brand Identity Design
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