Parkinson’s Europe is the only European Parkinson’s umbrella organisation championing and working with the global Parkinson’s community for nearly 30 years. ClearBrand assisted in an organisation name change alongside a rebrand. The Parkinson’s red tulip started in 1980 when W.S. Van der Wereld, a Dutch horticulturalist who had Parkinson’s disease, developed a red and white tulip and named his prized tulip the ‘Dr. James Parkinson’. ClearBrand created a painted tulip to represent the creativity that people with Parkinson’s tend to gain as a side effect to the disease.
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