Wolf Olins created the branding and identity for Breast Cancer Now as a complete charity that focuses on both research and care.
Volkswagen has a new logo was designed with the digital world in mind, hence a two-dimensional appearance; it is part of a forward-looking corporate facelift aprés scandal.
Created by Who Wot Why, a UK Spotify campaign features a series of quirky ads that target an audience of listeners who grew up from 1979 to 1999.
Burger & Lobster reveals a series of murals created by brand design agency Vault49 to help the New York restaurant stand out in the Flatiron District.
The Paris Olympics has a logo. The design is said to bring together three symbols connected to sport, the Games and France: the gold medal, the Olympic and Paralympic flames, and Marianne.
Pentagram has worked with Yahoo on a refresh of its visual identity that emphasizes the exclamation point to embody the platform’s amplification strategy.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
Justworks and Frank Collective have developed a campaign that emphasizes the importance of workplace happiness for the HR tech company.
Digital innovation studio yU+co and the Getty Research Institute have joined forces in a new digital initiative that celebrates the 100th anniversary of The Bauhaus.
The Pantone® Fashion Color Trend Report Spring/Summer 2020 features the top 12 stand out colors, as well as current takes on the four classic neutrals you can expect to see on the runway.
A new national campaign for Café Bustelo from Publicis Groupe boasts bold, minimalist illustration-style visuals, with a retro poster feel and a nod to brand authenticity.
DDW has helped reinvent the Energizer brand with a lighthearted Energizer Bunny and a highly strategic new packaging system.
The Android operating system now runs 2.5 billion devices; a brand refresh from Huge and Google focuses on a mobile-first digital experience.
In collaboration with Publicis Seattle, nine Special Olympics athletes developed the logo for the 2022 USA Games. ‘We felt it was never our logo to create’ says Executive Creative Director Pete Kearney.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum launched an ‘Apollo At the Park’ campaign and enlisted Spaeth Hill to design the logo and branded package.
2019 marks the 17th year of this one-of-a-kind report from LogoLounge. Each year, founder Bill Gardner offers the opportunity to review thousands of logos one at a time, looking for emerging trends.
The SUNY College of Optometry recently completed a strategic planning exercise and turned to Trillion for help in share its plan for the future.
Pentagram’s 2019 look for Shakespeare in the Park is fun and playful, with skewed bands of typography layered on color shapes in a Pop art palette, inspired by circus posters, bubble gum and Wonder Bread.
Pentagram Partner Paula Scher has been named the 2019 SEGD Fellow “for promoting the highest values in environmental graphic design and significantly contributing to the direction and growth of the field.”
Volkswagen is addressing its emissions reporting scandal and introducing a “Drive Bigger” branding that looks to a positive and sustainable car-making future.
Trulia has a new visual identity that takes it beyond simple real estate listings to provide a sense and aflavor of the neighborhood.
Y&L’s campaign for the brand takes from Robert’s design signature of cutting on the bias and designing the duality of structure and flow, which is core to the concept for the identity and branding.
KASA created four permanent interactive exhibitions that will foster visitor engagement and learning on many sensory levels.
Ragged Edge checks in with an unusual, even quirky, rebrand for Qbic, a series of affordable hotels that celebrate individuality and welcome character.
Stitzlein Studio developed a warm and human brand identity for Cloudera, a rising data analytics firm, in an industry known for unemotional marketing.
For the past eight years, Isley Designers has worked with TEDMED to develop distinctive visual approaches for their annual gatherings, interpreting each year’s theme in a unique way.