Uno de 50® Branded Door Pull

I’m almost positive this is Uno de 50 branding of their storefront, but a second guess might be an multi-lingual building code warning of maximum occupancy (Humor). I think I’ll go with the former interpretation, though remaining puzzled by the selection of a padlock as brand icon. I liked both it and the hand-worked look which…

TopShop® Branded Runway Pedestals

This series of pedestals give a Runnway-like impression without the Runway mass or bulk. Plus every pedestal can promote the TopShop logo and brand. The solid cubes contrasted, yet complemented the open structural elements beyond. Again, had all been solid, it would have appeared to massive and confining. Sorry, no comment on the apparel. This…

Underhanded Burberry® Branding

It was only a matter of perspective that made this mannequin a seeming spokesmodel for the Burberry® brand in the background. Note from the gallery that the relationship continued as one approached. Too bad the mannequin fashions were obviously not Burberry. Even a humble fixture reported could tell that from a distance. Still an interesting visual…

Macy’s® Mount Rushmore

Macy’s® Star is recognizable no matter what the use. So overlaying with a patriotic Mount Rushmore scene or ferris wheel (look left) can communicate travel, a seasonal patriotic theme, and the Macy’s brand simultaneously. Are these images for summer vacation travel, the approaching Fourth of July, or something else? You decide or imagine alternates. CLICK…

International Concepts at Macy’s®

A good descriptive brand name, This I•N•C International Concepts sign carries a footer stating only at Macy’s®. A mutually supportive use of branding in store. I see I•N•C as I browse but only here was the “Only at Macy’s” limiter. Might it be this segment of I•N•C offerings only or the entire line? I find I•N•C for…