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?”
A new spirits campaign for Brockmans Gin targets “urban adventurers” in New York City, with creative from DUMBO’s Baiocco and Maldari Connection.
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.
Jennifer Kinon has organized 45 designers to create campaign buttons with messages of support for Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
ArtCenter College of Design publishes a comprehensive book on career pathways for designers in social Innovation. Editors are Mariana Amatullo, Brian Boyer, Liz Danzico and Andrew Shea.
A more modern and welcoming look for Commercial Spaceflight Federation by Viceroy Creative that hopes to make the idea of space travel more accessible to the public and to marketers.
The ADC kicked off its series of curated Young Guns events with an exclusive ‘Last Supper’ at NYC’s iconic, soon-to-close Four Seasons restaurant.
Dance Ink, a magazine staple of the 1990s, returns to document an ephemeral art form in beautifully designed and produced print.
Hybrid Design helps Mohawk showcase the impact of colored and textured papers and print with The Maker’s Field Guide.
The Sappi Ideas That Matter grant program, which funds design for positive social causes, is still open for applications through July 15.
New York City’s rebrand features a new website, logotype, mobile first videos, and hundreds of icons as visual aids for a diverse city.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv focus on distinctive lettering style for Yoshinoya Japanese Restaurant chain logo and identity.
Thinkso is giving a free brand makeover to a worthy medical care nonprofit; please vote online to help choose the winner.
As part of its Design for Democracy program, AIGA is asking membersfor poster art that will encourage voting.
Leading North American paper supplier dedicates 1% of gross sales of new Durilla™ durable papers and synthetics brand to protect African Gorillas.