She's no couch potato!

Issued by: Brand Union | 21 Aug 2008 18:02
Logolounge to the design industry, can be comparable to the importance of a GPRS to a traveller - it's the best selling design series ever published and we are proud to announce that our Creative Director, Bronwen Rautenbach, has received the exceptional honour of being chosen as one of the eight international judges (and the only judge from South Africa) of this year's annual.
She's no couch potato! - Brand UnionLogolounge celebrates the work of top logo designers who share their work on the innovative logolounge website - offering a wealth of inspiration for graphic designers and their clients. In 2001 an extension of the website was seen in the creation of the Logolounge book. Each year 8 judges are chosen from around the world to rate the logos that are submitted, with their choices being featured in that edition.

Bronwen joined The Brand Union in 2004 as a senior designer and has steadily worked her way up the ladder to her current role of Creative Director. She is a specialist in identity, visual language and art direction, with a love for design in the broadest sense of the word. She also has a particular obsession with logos “the little things that say so much”.

Bronwen's latest work includes Silverstar casino with her work on sub-brand ‘Black Cherry', being nominated in the Category of Brand identity & Collateral Design, for a 2008 Loerie Award. Kulula will soon be launching their new identity, which is another feather in Bronwen's cap.

“We are exceptionally proud of Bronwen and the work that she crafts for our clients. Her creative and analytical insights are an asset to our team and we are delighted that she is receiving the international recognition she deserves. Judging for Logolounge is a true honour and is recognition of her exceptional talent,” says Brand Union CEO Anthony Swart.

21 Aug 2008 18:02


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Posted on 22 Aug 2008 10:38