The Association for Print Technologies (APTech) has launched a quarterly magazine launches to empower higher education marketers.
Wolf Olins created the branding and identity for Breast Cancer Now as a complete charity that focuses on both research and care.
Tobias Frere-Jones has been named this year’s Wm. O. Steinmetz ’50 Designer-in-Residence at MICA. It features a public lecture October 29 at 7 pm on campus.
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.
Sappi North America, Inc. has named 2019 recipients of its annual Ideas that Matter grant program. Celebrating its 20th year, the program provides funding to support the production and distribution of social impact print projects with integrated campaigns.
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.
Pentagram has named, designed, branded and set the tone for a new print journal that seeks to bring the Netflix experience to readers.
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.
Bonfire Labs is behind a guerrilla-style activation where baseball card-like images of forgotten suffragettes were AirDropped to random people’s mobile phones in San Francisco.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
Jan Šabach honors the works of his father Petr Šabach (1951–2017), a well-known Czech writer, with a series of colorful, optimistic, and dynamic book covers.
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.
GDUSA 33rd Annual Stock Visual Reader Survey continues our documentation of this important and evolving designer resource
The One Club has named Kasia Karolak the Gender Equality Program Manager, a new role at the non-profit.
Jessica Walsh, of Sagmeister & Walsh fame, has launched her own creative agency &Walsh. She joins a handful of female agency heads and hopes to help open the door for others.
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.
Doritos is featuring the triangle shape of its chips in new advertising and design by Goody Silverstein & Partners that does not mention the brand name.
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.
Pum Lefebure and Design Army have conceptualized and art directed a new campaign, featuring the tagline ‘Where Ideas Lead’ that helps rebrand Neenah as a solutions company and, at the same time, modernizes the concept of paper.
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.
National Geographic is known for pushing boundaries in their reporting, covering controversial topics, and their latest edition on migration and immigration uses borderless design to make a point.
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.”
Creative marketing agency Compadre bolsters its creative team with the additions of Curtis Doss and Mika Saulitis.