The Coalition for NYC Hospitality & Tourism Recovery has unveiled a roadmap to help sectors rally from the economic shutdown caused by COVID-19. These efforts include a revitalization campaign designed by Aruliden.
Very timely. Landor is working to build a sense of American unity through the America 250 Foundation. A multi-year campaign will build awareness for the nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026.
Chase Design Group helps refocus the brand and give it higher shelf impact with a new rendition of the Quiky mascot.
The One Club has increased the diversity of its leadership, naming Gail Anderson, chair of BFA Design and BFA Advertising at the School of Visual Arts, and Sherina Florence, creative director at Oglivy, to its Board of Directors.
This fall, Princeton Architectural Press publishes a behind-the-scenes account of Paula Scher’s relationship with The Public Theater, including hundreds of her iconic posters.
Christina Falzano, former COO at Wolff Olins, is named Managing Director, US at design agency Conran Design Group. She worked on brands such as Google, Wikipedia, Uber, Showtime, Spotify, and Dell over the years.
KICK has partnered with healthcare company, Nonin, to aid EMS responders with products to help tackle the silent symptoms of critically ill patients.
One of London’s most popular fast-casual diners has launched an all-new identity that keeps its iconic visual tone but with an NY twist.
The Organization of Black Designers (OBD) has formed and launched the Design Diversity Partnership® (DDP).
Brand strategy and design veteran Michael Draper brings startup-style approaches to retailers and CPG manufacturers.
Milton Glaser, the pioneering and legendary graphic designer, passes away from a stroke at the age of 91.
The Organization of Black Designers has created the “Black Designers Matter!” T-Shirt to show support for greater diversity and inclusion in the design professions and to raise funds for its endowment fund.
Kelly O’Halloran continues to add to her collection of gouache paintings that commemorate Covid-related products that have gained elevated/celebrity status over the last couple of months, and continues to sell them to raise money for Feeding America.
A new cohesive identity by Jones Knowles Ritchie has launched across Heinz’s international brand portfolio. It encompasses more than 20 product categories.
Adobe has begun to roll out updates to their brand identity to ensure that customers find their products easy to navigate and understand.
Bob Isherwood of Saatchi & Saatchi fame, has joined The One Club to head up its Professional Development programming.
In the midst of the pandemic, with sports at a halt, freelance designer Andrew Brynjulson launched Sioux Falls FC, the unofficial official football club of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Chermayeff + Geismar + Haviv develop logo for new U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs CO.
Donna Bonavita of Bonavita Design, like other designers using their talents to address Covid-19 challenges, has created this piece to call attention to the need for dentists to return to work helping patients BUT who cannot obtain proper PPE for protection.
Wolff Olins helped rebrand Understood including a transformed and animated ‘U’ logo. A custom typeface and sonic identity are part of the refresh.
The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) Board of Directors has unanimously selected Cybelle Jones as the new CEO of the organization.
Landor and FITCH, creative partners occasionally operating as a single team, respond to the UN call for positive graphics promoting public health.
Gianmaria Schonlieb of Lyft has launched a personal project. Bookmarks for Good raises funds for Covid-19 Emergency Relief
Gensler is creating vibrant murals to help small business owners and to show how design can inspire hope in a time of trouble.
Nearly 1,800 digital billboards and screens across New York City are displaying messages of safety, gratitude, pride, and solidarity with essential workers. Shown here: poster by Maira Kalman in Times Square.
Members of the SVA community use their skills to help address a shortage of personal protection equipment during the coronavirus crisis.