McDonald’s plans new monochrome uniforms for its 850,000 employees in the US. The company positions them as comfortable and proud. Social media sees a dystopian.
Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR) is helping to mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic Beanz Meanz Heinz slogan with limited edition packaging in the UK.
With the release of their third album, Terrible Human Beings, American rock band The Orwells turned to O’Keefe Reinhard & Paul for a cover design that gave meaning to the music.
Poulin + Morris created a comprehensive approach to presenting information with dimensionality; nothing is flat or conventional in this program for Route 128 corridor complex called The District Burlington.
The AIGA has named five new board members and Dana Arnett will work closely with Su Mathews Hale in a presidential transition.
School of Visual Arts has promoted Gail Anderson to Creative Director of the Visual Arts Press (VAP), SVA’s inhouse design studio.
To give creative more pop, the new Adobe Stock collection is full of bold and unusual color combinations.
Nickelodeon is debuting via Superestudio, a brand refresh of its on-air and online look that seeks to make the world a more playful place.
Design Army kit welcomes new members and elevates membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
In connection with International Women’s Day, P&G and agency Badger & Winters is running a corporate umbrella campaign against gender bias.
Brand Union has rebranded Tyson with a weathervane to hearken back to the family farm, and to support new antibiotic-free and sustainability initiatives.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv is celebrating its 60th anniversary, making it one of the most enduring completely independent firms in the graphic design industry.
High Tide creative agency overhauled the brand identity for the Dig Inn restaurant chain in anticipation of additional expansion.
Coming in March, Graphic: 500 Designs that Matter includes the most iconic graphic designs of all time, from the beginnings of mechanical reproduction to the present.
The Design of Dissent is an exhibition of graphic works of protest against social and political problems. It was first mounted by Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic in 2005.
Langton Creative Group (LCG), a digital design and branding firm based in New York City, has a new brand and website celebrating Progress by Design.
Brand Union has repositioned the Vionic shoe line from primarily a pain relief product to a fashion shoe, including advertising placed in style magazines.
Interbrand’s Milan office has created a new logo and identity for Juventus, among the most venerable soccer teams in the world.
Brand Union crafts the identity for EyeJust, a blue-light blocking and fashion forward filter for smartphones and tablets that nods to both style and health.
In response to Donald Trump’s inauguration, Shepard Fairey has designed a series of posters featuring groups that are perceived as marginalized.
El Pollo Loco, the fire-grilled chicken chain, goes back to its East LA roots in a new campaign by Vitro.
Hornall Anderson created a promotional livery design and microsite that celebrates and inspire excitement for a new merger between Alaska Airlines and Virgin America.
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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.
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.