Pentagram puts a contemporary spin on traditional no-nonsense deli graphics for Washington DC-based On Rye.
In response to Donald Trump’s inauguration, Shepard Fairey has designed a series of posters featuring groups that are perceived as marginalized.
GDUSA’s American Package Design Awards is now open for entries through January 27, 2017. It’s scope includes packaging, labels, point-of-sale and instore graphics.
Siegel+Gale has helped rebrand Credit Karma, the credit score company that is the process of expanding broadly into financial tools and advice.
Every year for a half century GDUSA has used the first magazine of the year to spotlight People To Watch. The issue will be published early in February. Meanwhile, here’s a preview of sayings to live by from a dozen of our 2017 honorees.
By Diana Mosher, Content Director, HOW Design Live What do Pentagram Partner Natasha Jen, 40 Days of Dating co-author Timothy Goodman, AIGA Gold Medalist Brian Collins and PepsiCo SVP and Chief Design Officer Mauro Porcini all have in common? Pictured: Natasha Jen, Timothy Goodman, Brian Collins and Mauro Porcini They’ll be delivering keynotes at HOW […]
Lippincott has redesigned the logo and brand of 94 year old Better Homes & Gardens, with a return of the ampersand as the key visual cue.
Dale Carnegie, the long-lived self-improvement and skills training company, gets a new logo and look via Carbone Smolan Agency.
Greenery is Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year. Think Spring, revival, renewal, restoration and, for graphic and package design, think fresh, natural and organic.
The challenge: to design a cover of GDUSA magazine. Neenah is a natural sponsor given its rich variety of paper colors and textures for digital printing applications. The winner and honorable mentions were selected from hundreds of entries.
The Creative Group Salary Guide 2017 features the latest hiring trends and data on what your design skills are really worth.
Spring Design Partners found inspiration in Van Gogh’s artistry to rebrand and repackage Van Gogh Vodka
Pearlfisher New York redesigns Godiva’s family of chocolate bars with a chocolate drizzle as the central image.
Entering its second decade, New York-based multi-specialty design studio C&G Partners introduces a new identity and a refined mission of Design For Culture.
The Lupus Research Alliance has unveiled a new brand identity and strategic vision. Developed and designed by Pause for Thought, the branding helps unites three leaders in Lupus research — the Alliance for Lupus Research, the Lupus Research Institute, and the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation — who recently merged to become the largest private sector organization dedicated to advancing lupus research. […]
Jovenville has revamped the branding of Amy Marietta, a lifestyle blogger and content developer looking to grow.
Alexander Isley Inc. has designed a comprehensive identity and communications program for WREN, an advocacy group for South Carolina women and family rights.
Prophet is behind a brand refresh for MetLife that evokes trusted partnerships and sidelines Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang.
Taco Bell has a flexible new logo created by Lippincott in collaboration with Taco Bell’s internal design group, TBD.
Fortune, the business magazine, has redesigned its logo inhouse led by Creative Director Paul Martinez.
The Partners New York create a new brand identity for The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra as it seeks to reach out to the community.
The venerable School of American Ballet launches its capital campaign, SAB in Motion, which was strategized, designed and activated by branding firm Sullivan.
Brand strategy and design agency Red Peak created a visual identity, logo and brand personality for the former TBC Holdings, an ad tech company, which recently took the name Vivial.
Kodak redesigns its logo for the first time in a decade, opting to bring back the iconic “K” that was introduced back in 1971.