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On 16 May 2007 UPC Netherlands introduced a new "lotus" UPC logo, which is due to be rolled out across UPC's European subsidiaries.

London-based venturethree created a unique and memorable icon to be at the heart of the new brand, the bloom. Organic and full of personality, but perfectly at home in the digital world. A symbol that could bring people the entertainment they loved.

With the bloom came a fresh new colour palette, graphic devices, a modern typeface and a more open and inviting tone of voice. And UPC began to look and sound like an entertainment company.

Later, venturethree has taken the bloom even further, creating a new 3D form for the icon, to give it more stature, confidence and quality. And venturethree has introduced a more graceful animation style, to signify the growth of the brand and to keep communications fresh.


Uploaded on September 2, 2010
Last updated on April 23, 2013

UPC Broadband
Nobel Regular
Font author:
Tobias Frere-Jones, Sjoerd Hendrik de Roos

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UPC Broadband

UPC Broadband is a Pan-European Communications company owned by Liberty Global and is active in several European countries providing bundled cable television, internet and telephone services.

UPC was founded in the Netherlands, originally as United Philips Cable and later Pan-Europe Communications, before being bought out by Liberty Global. UPC provides internet, phone and television in 12 countries of Europe, and is the absolutely dominant provider in countries like Ireland, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic. UPC has previously had operations in France, Sweden and Norway but these business units have been sold off.