Fifty-year-old Interasia was purchased by one of the world’s largest shipping firms, which wanted to reignite the enthusiasm of prospects, customers and its young employees. In addition to a full ID system, the project included designs for ships and containers and required D/C creatives to undergo a crash course in the antiquated methods of the container-painting industry and consult with a South San Francisco body shop. The mark evokes a container in motion.
A major Asian firm acquired Interasia, a 50-year-old Taiwan shipping company, and wanted to signal to its youngish staff, no less than its customer companies, that the new Interasia was contemporary and future-facing. The new logo not only resembles a container, but shows motion and dimension, in striking colors.