It’s a big year for brands, with many of the biggest names in construction starting to re-brand.
Some of the most popular names in the field, like Universal, are rebranding to better capture their identity as construction firms.
And while most brands have already announced their rebrand plans, a few companies are trying to be more aggressive and creative.
Here are 10 of the best.1.
Universal News Network (Universal News Network)The company that’s known for the iconic red and white news logo is trying to take a page from its predecessors.
After a successful rebrand with the brand “Cinderella,” Universal News announced last week that it was moving its branding into a new, more creative, and contemporary look.
In addition, the company is trying out a new logo, which it calls the “Universal News Logo.”
The new logo combines elements of both the old logo and a new version of the iconic news symbol, a blue square with the word “UNAVAILABLE” at the top.
It’s clear the brand wants to give its readers a better understanding of what’s going on in the world of news, and it’s not hard to see why.
The logo is currently being tested on the homepage of the Universal News site, which is expected to launch later this year.2.
Guggenheim Partners (Guggenhaus Partners)Gugenheim Partners is known for their famous marble sculptures, and that’s where they got the idea for their rebranded logo.
It looks like a giant glass pyramid with a giant sun symbol at the bottom.
It is, of course, a very old logo, created in 1929.
But the brand also wants to add some modern flair to the design by introducing an icon for “The New York Times.”
The logo also features a large, green, orange, and red square with a “New York Times” seal on the top, along with the words “New New York.”
The brand is using the name Gugenhaus to distinguish itself from the other famous companies in the news industry, including CNN, Time, and CNN, The New York Post, and the Associated Press.3.
G.P.S. (G.P., Group Property Management)Another rebrand is taking shape.
The G. P.
S logo is a very familiar design with a very modern and playful look.
The company wants to be recognized for the “G.
P.” part of the name, and they’re doing this by incorporating a red circle with the letter G in a white circle around the circle.
The red circle is also a reminder of the “P” in G.S., and the “p” in the G. has been a key symbol of G. Properties for many years, and G. properties have been associated with real estate for decades.
The new design also features two yellow arrows and two white dots on the logo, a nod to the G-P.
Properties has long been a trusted name in the real estate industry, so the logo is definitely going to be welcomed by its clients.4.
The Walt Disney Company (Walt Disney Company)The Walt Disney Co. is an iconic brand, so it’s no surprise that they’re trying to rebrand to better represent their company.
It may seem a little crazy, but the company has been rebrandning for quite some time.
In 2009, Disney’s former CEO, Bob Iger, announced plans to rejig the company, but it was a long time before the company’s rebrand came to fruition.
In 2013, Disney announced a brand new logo.
The rebranded logo is now a more contemporary, playful, and modern look, featuring the word WALT in an old-school font.
The brand has also released a brand-new website, which uses the new logo as a template for creating new website and brand websites.5.
Pampers (Pampers)Pampes is the brand of the family-owned company that started in the early 1970s.
Its brand has changed over the years, but Pampes remains the iconic brand of its namesake brand, Pampérics.
In the early years of the company it was the Pampére, but in the 1990s, the brand was renamed Pampée.
In 2017, the PAMPERS brand was rebranded as Pamper.
PAMPER is a French word that means “plum,” and its modern, contemporary look makes it a great fit for the brand’s modern design.
It also features the word PAMPES in an orange circle on its logo, and two lines that connect the dots.
The colors are also a great way to connect the brand to its heritage.
The company is currently in the process of rebrand, and is currently testing the new look.
It will be released later this month.6. P&G (