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.
Fortune, the business magazine, has redesigned its logo inhouse led by Creative Director Paul Martinez.
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.
Meetup has overhauled its image and apps because “everything has to be blown up once in a while.” Design credits to Sagmeister & Walsh in collaboration with Meetup design director Jen Gergen.
Taylor Design has named, designed and developed a website that helps young adults in Connecticut who are struggling with mental illness.
Landor Australia reinforces the Australian Open’s reputation for fun and innovation with a new identity.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv recently created the visual identity for Imagen, a new Mexican broadcast network, combining two different geometric shapes.
Poulin + Morris developed a comprehensive branding program for JP Atlanta, a new restaurant in Atlanta’s Peachtree Center, utilizing a mid-Century modern typeface.
Pentagram has created a new logo and look for Consumer Reports including a logo, an emphasis on green, and lots more videos and virtual tours.
Struck creative agency updated the logo for Universal Studios Hollywood, and did it in such a way that it paired nicely with all the assets in the Universal parks portfolio.
Consistency is the key to Franke+Fiorella branding for CHS, the naming sponsor for the St. Paul Saints minor league baseball stadium.
Exhibitionism is the largest touring exhibit staged by a band or artist. It tells the 50-year history of the Rolling Stones through a series of thematic installations that present a journey through the band’s career. Pentagram partners William Russell and Abbott Miller collaborated on the graphic and exhibit design.
The OAAA and Partners + Napier take up cause of voter registration in a timely and edgy out of home public service campaign. The message is that no label is more important than “Voter.”
Ten Thousand Design firm emerges from within Colle + McVoy and name gives nod to Minnesota’s proud history of lakes – and design.
MAKE is a full length documentary that probes the motivation of creativity. In it, graphic designer Aaron Draplin says: “If no one ever looked, I’d still be making cool shit with my buddies. You know what I mean?”
Base Design is responsible for the new look and feel of Terminal 4 at the John F. Kennedy Airport in NYC. It’s intended to take much of the stress out of the pre-flight experience. The project includes a custom typeface that features the number “4” as a symbol and foundation of the identity.
Jennifer Kinon has organized 45 designers to create campaign buttons with messages of support for Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.