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Detol announces campaign to salute COVID heroes

Dettol, owned by UK-based Reckkit, announced its plans to replace the iconic logo on its liquid handwash with stories of

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Burger King introduces branding revamp, its first in 20 years

21 JAN, WEDNESSDAY

American fast food chain Burger King in January announced its first rebranding in 20 years since its previous revamp. The company is introducing changes to its logo, packaging and its employees’ uniform. Burger King has removed the shiny buns and the blue curve from its logo to bring in the simplicity factor and to signify that the brand is evolving.

"Invisible sculpture" secures € 1500 in auction

21 JAN, WEDNESSDAY

An Italian artist, 67-year old, Salvatore Garau, sold an “invisible sculpture” for 1,500 Euros (about $1,800) in an auction last week. The artwork titled ‘I am’ does not exist in the material world. The buyer was given a certificate of authenticity and instructions on how to display the sculpture.

Dettol announces campaign to salute COVID heroes

21 JAN, WEDNESSDAY

Dettol, owned by UK-based Reckkit, announced its plans to replace the iconic logo on its liquid handwash with stories of COVID heroes. Dettol which has collected 100 stories of people who went out of their way to fight against the global pandemic, said that the new packs will be available in the market at the end of this month.

COVID-19 forces SACI to close its Florence school

21 JAN, WEDNESSDAY

Italy-based art and design school Studio Arts College International (SACI) last week announced that it has initiated the process of closing down its operations in Florence. The school which was founded by eminent American artist, Jules Maidoff in 1975, was forced to shut hit by the “financial challenges” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, SACI said on its website.