At Landor we love to excite the minds of our clients by offering them new perspectives on potentially mundane topics. This gave rise to the creation of our bi-annual thought leadership journal, SHIFT. The objective of SHIFT is simply to inspire new ideas and spark fresh thoughts. Each volume would focus on one branding topic of burning relevance to our clients. The design and copy would be aligned to bring to life the topic using powerful visuals and a compelling narrative.
What drives successful design? When is a concept really finished? How do Landor designers create inspired ideas for some of the world’s largest global brands? This year, we’re sharing the inner workings of our studios around the world through our “Inside the studio” series. We’ll speak with some of our top creative minds and ask them all sorts of questions about what it takes to produce innovative, award-worthy, effective work.
Up first: Landor New York’s executive creative director, Wally Krantz.
As we begin 2017, it is time to review, reflect and recharge for the year ahead.
2016 was a landmark year for Landor as we celebrated our 75th anniversary and the inspiring vision of our founder Walter Landor. Global celebrations were marked with outings and team bonding.
Our team members put to use their experience and knowledge to author some thought leadership articles in the world of brands and branding.
To be inspired by what’s going on in the world of branding and design at Landor and elsewhere, come join and participate in the conversation on our our blog, on Linkedin, on Instagram, on Facebook or on Twitter.
We look forward to delivering breakthrough strategic and creative work in 2017 for our clients.
We wish you and yours a wonderful new year.
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