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A complete brand world was developed to support the new rebrand including apparel, outdoor lifestyle utilitarian goods, tap handles, truck wraps, on/off premise collateral and more.
Custom-Designed Font Family, Alibaba Sans, Opened to Alibaba Partners and Customers at No Cost to Power On-Brand Designs.
Virgin Atlantic will replace its traditional emblem — an Alberto Vargas-inspired pin-up girl — with a diverse range of people who better represent ‘modern Britain’.
Digital experience agency INPHANTRY has promoted Regi Jacob to Creative Director. He previously held the position of Associate Creative Director since 2017.
Post Typography created a provocative promotional campaign for a lecture series on art, race, and social justice at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Pearlfisher New York worked with coffee roaster and retailer Intelligentsia Coffee to create greater visual connection among the variants.
Anthem developed the design for a new range of natural soups for Unilever’s Knorr, using glass bottles and illustrations to break with ambient soup traditions.
Make with Mohawk is a three part campaign to encourage designers to pursue a passion project, try a new print technique, and submit their work for recognition.
The out of home advertising industry presented its top marketing award to Rob Jackson, principal and creative director at Extra Credit Projects.
Facebook is redesigning its website and app to be more spare and to emphasize group connections. The ultimate goal is trustworthiness.
Health & Happiness Advertising Agency LRXD has created new packaging for Growers, a Colorado company that sells soil and nutrients designed to grow the most verdant cannabis crops.
This world leading specialist in the distribution of fine art, cultural and historical media for reproductionn has launched a brand new product that cuts out the red tape of image licensing.
Jan Sabach created the identity for the Baba settlement in Prague is one of Werkbund’s six experimental settlements in Europe. This identity supports the efforts of Prague to be awarded a European Heritage Label recognition for the unique collection of 33 functionalist buildings.
The International Rescue Committee was looking for a fresh way to convey its values and communicate a message of hope. Langton Creative came back with very bold, out of the box concepts.
WPP’s SET Experience Group has consolidated its family of agencies, rebranded and relaunched as Set Creative in response to the blurring the lines between activations, pop-ups and live events.
Odgis + Company has designed the look and logo for a new REIT acquired by Blackstone and named Link Industrial Properties.
Character has rebranded YoDerm as Apostrophe with new logo, palette, look and feel. The service provides online access to board-certified dermatologists plus skin-care products.
The Penn Club of New York enlisted Bernhardt Fudyma to develop a branding system that would unify and energize the look-and-feel of its member communications.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is on exhibit through August at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. It originated at the Cranbrook Art Museum and features promotional graphics by Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville.
Viola Design created environmentally-friendly Hawaiian-themed packaging for small batch chocolate-maker Lonohana Estate Chocolate.
Creative agency Gretel has helped rebrand Nike ID as Nike By You, which gives consumers the chance to co-create their own sportswear with the iconic label.
‘How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole’ is a straight-talking fun read with a serious point: in an age of greater transparency and accountability the age of the creative egomaniac is over.
Monotype has introduced the Helvetica® Now typeface, a family of fonts reinvented by the Monotype Studio for the modern era.
You may know her work from Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies or Wes Anderson’s Academy Award-winning Grand Budapest Hotel. Maybe you’ve seen her designs grace the silver screen without even realizing. Introducing one of our favorites (you’ll soon see why), graphic designer and speaker Annie Atkins. Last year, Annie Atkins enthralled the graphic design community with […]
Michael Courtney Design created wayfinding for Yesler Terrace, an historic and major housing development operated by the Seattle Housing Authority.
Imagine if the Museum of Ice Cream actually served up social change instead of just social media moments. That is the idea behind ‘That Lady Thing’ which had its second showing at the recent International Women’s Day.