There’s a new brew simmering over at Starbucks — and it isn’t your usual Morning Cup of Joe. America’s Favorite Coffee Shop turns 40 this year and the brand is celebrating the milestone birthday like any self-respecting Hollywood socialite: With a facelift. You heard right, Starbucks is changing its logo for the first time since
The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) unveiled its official logo on Wednesday — and boy is it colorful. Glow Sticks Meet Menopause, anyone? The Oprah Winfrey Network debuts Jan. 1.
So much for new beginnings! Gap Inc. has resumed use of its iconic logo and abandoned a new design that only a week after launching a new design that customers panned as an “amateur PowerPoint presentation.” Ouch. On Oct. 14, the San Francisco-based retailer — which also owns Banana Republic and Old Navy — announced
Star Plus programs will be now seen under a new logo on the TV screen. The channel launched the new logo, the Ruby Star at Star Pariwaar Awards last night. A new programming Rishta Wahi, Soch Nayi also was started on the night.
While launching the logo, Uday Shankar, CEO, Star India Pvt Ltd,
“The Dean of Drag” is sashaying back to the small screen with a femme-centric spinoff to the wildly-popular reality challenge, RuPaul’s Drag Race. That’s right, RuPaul has finally opened a “school” where style-challenged ladies (the kind who don’t have to tuck and shave) undergo extreme makeovers – drag queen style. With a little help from
The LOGO Network will honor the career of late Golden Girl Rue McClanahan with a 12-episode marathon air of her final series — Sordid Lives: The Series — this Sunday, June 6 from 8 PM to 2 AM (7 PM to 1 AM Central). McClanahan, who passed away of a stroke early Thursday at
Pac-Man is not just a logo for Google as it has now made it available on its homepage for 48 hours. Thus the search engine has replaced its logo with the playable version of the classic 1980 game.
While the game is currently available on the home page of Google, you can get it