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de Bijenkorf

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De Bijenkorf (literally: The Beehive) is a chain of upmarket department stores in the Netherlands.

 

The logo was introduced in 1953 after creative director Martin Lederman asked Swiss graphic designer Josef Müller-Brockmann to design a new, austere corporate identity for the Bijenkorf department stores.

 

Inside the hexagon, the logo shows the outline contour of a stylized classic beehive. The hexagon itself refers to the internal structures of a beehive that comprise a densely packed matrix of hexagonal cells made of beeswax, called a honeycomb.

 

   
 A classic beehive Honeycomb hexagonal structure

 

Founded in 1870 as a small store, it offers many prestigious fashion brands in womenswear, menswear, accessories, beauty, food, and home. De Bijenkorf is currently owned by Maxeda (formerly known as Vendex/KBB), which also owns the lower positioned department stores Vroom & Dreesmann and until sold in 2007 the HEMA.


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Name:

de Bijenkorf


Year: 1953

Category: Retail
Style: Figurative

Design: Josef Müller-Brockmann
Continent: Europe
Country: Netherlands

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