United is set to unveil an “evolution” to its livery later this month, but we may already have a very good clue as to what the new design will resemble.
While it all could be just a coincidence, some new design work has appeared on the website of the David Scott Design Office. The San Francisco-based design firm has not done work for United in the past, but check out what now appears on its webpage:
Click through and you’ll find eight images along with the following description:
UNITED AIRLINES X BRAND LIVERY
Design the most iconic piece of branding in aviation—the livery. Refine the historic globe of Continental Airlines giving it new life as a modern brand element for United Airlines. The old becomes new again for the combined airline.
Lead Design Team—design, art direction
It appears we are down to the final four!
I think there is a very good chance this could be the new livery. It includes the new purple stripe, the gold is gone, and it certainly appears to be a more of an evolution than a total change.
What do you think of the (likely) new livery? Which one is your favorite?
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