ENA's prestigious "Lantern Award," needed a serious visual overhaul. Florence Nightingale, known for the lantern she carried as she went into the night helping patients, was central to the award's identity. Keeping this key concept, I redesigned the logo to take the shape of a lantern. Update the typography and freshen up color palette and the brand has a modern feel. Florence may have lived during the Victorian era, but the Lantern Award no longer does.
Before on the left and after on the right. In the old logo, Flo's lantern is lost in the large circle. The lantern becomes the logo in the new design.
A portion of the branded pieces that market ENA's Lantern Award.