IMAGO launches new brand identity and web platform

IMAGO launches new brand identity and web platform

IMAGO, the largest independent photo agency and producer of sport content in Europe today launched a brand new identity & web platform along with the launch of a new digital magazine “The Game”.

Berlin, 2 December 2020

The new identity will further support the continued growth of IMAGO across media, sport & brands. The new platform significantly extends a focus towards the creative, corporate & sports verticals. In addition, “The Game” will serve as a visual inspiration to all our clients and the wider visual community.

“This is an exciting time for a new IMAGO to continue this success story” said CGO, Gavin Booth. “This is an incredibly experienced & talented group of people with new tools. We are all excited about building new relationships across licensing, research & production and adding a significant new tier of agency partners and emerging photographers”.


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