Here's a selection of new logos that were launched in September. Clicking the images will lead you to blog posts with more information.
Animaux, a French thematic TV channel.
Avios, loyalty scheme from International Airlines Group, replacing AirMiles.
Provena, Finnish gluten-free products.
Air Australia, a new Australian low-cost airline
Moskva 24, a new 24-hour news channel for Moscow.
Sosh, a new French mobile communications brand.
SES, a satellite operator.
Credits: MetaDesign (Berlin)
Maybank, an Asian bank.
Star Gold, an Indian movie channel.
Nova, a Bulgarian TV network.
Credits: Dragon Rouge
Universal Television, an American TV production company.
Some hotel brands belonging to the Accor group were gathered under the Ibis banner.
Challenge, UK game show network
Rostelekom, Russian telecommunication company
Canalsat, French satellite TV platform
Telstra, Australian telecommunication company
Created by Interbrand
Nextel, mobile telecommunication operator in Latin America
Credits: Landor Associates (San Francisco)
Cigna, American health insurer
Credits: BrandSinger and Jerry Kuyper Partners
New corporate identity for The Heineken Company.
Qwikster, the new name for Netflix's DVD-by-mail business.
B’nai B’rith Youth Organization
Credits: Levine & Associates
Chili's, American restaurant chain
C Spire Wireless, regional American mobile telecommunications operator, previously known as Cellular South
Azucarera, Spanish sugar brand
Credits: La Cía
The winner of the contest to find the new "Logo for Human Rights" was announced on September 23.
Paris Première, French TV channel.
History 2, American cable TV channel, previously known as History International
The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco
Credits: Wolff Olins
MásMóvil, a Spanish mobile telecommunications operator.
China Airlines, Taiwan's flag carrier airline.
Credits: Brandimage Paris
Hovedorganisjonen Virke, a Norwegian employers' organization previously known as HSH.
Credits: BrandLab Oslo
Sportsnet, Canadian sports network.
Credits: Troika Design Group
Czech Statistical Office
Credits: Jiří Toman
AIS, a mobile teleommunications operator in Thailand.