Gretel collaborates with sports new company The Athletic to develop fresh positioning and a new visual strategy, as well as a campaign that celebrates its commitment to smart long-form sports content.
The acquisition of Enlisted Design by Pattern creates a partnership that brings all-new design capabilities to further help Pattern’s drive to become a premier platform for global e-commerce.
This fall, Princeton Architectural Press publishes a behind-the-scenes account of Paula Scher’s relationship with The Public Theater, including hundreds of her iconic posters.
Y&L channels the pickleball addiction in a new digital campaign, ‘Go Again,’ a rallying cry for players to keep swinging, keep playing, and keep getting better.
Under the AIGA Unidos umbrella, and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives are sharing their culture, contributions and best practices to move design forward.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv have designed the logo for Corus International, the new parent brand for Lutheran World Relief and IMA World Health.
In new research, The Sleep Judge gathered information from over 1,000 people and had them describe the content, emotions, and colors of their dreams and nightmares. And two graphic designers brought the results to life.
In advance of the launch of IRIS’ Flow Headphones, Trollback+Company delivered a brand foundation, logo and visual identity to help the audio brand standout in a sea of corporate audio and 3D sound technologies.
For this summer’s launch of the Mars Rover, NASA asked Tobias van Schneider to design a symbol capturing the energy and legacy of space travel. The logomark appears on both the rover and on the 191-foot tall rocket ship.
Champ, a new line of DTC condoms and lubricants tasked creative agency Madwell with developing their brand strategy and brand identity. The national “Come Prepared” brand launch campaign will run over the next 12 months.
Noise 13 gives legendary landscape architects RHAA a rebrand with a nod to inspired spaces, including structural custom typography with geometric cuts and rules and earthy hues.
The Coalition for NYC Hospitality & Tourism Recovery has unveiled a roadmap to help sectors rally from the economic shutdown caused by COVID-19. These efforts include a revitalization campaign designed by Aruliden.
Scottish creative agency See Saw has rebranded the venerable the Scottish football club, Rangers, with an assist from a custom typeface by Craig Black.
Brandpie unveils a new identity for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, which is intended to convey EO’s vision to help entrepreneurs connect and grow together.
The One Club has increased the diversity of its leadership, naming Gail Anderson, chair of BFA Design and BFA Advertising at the School of Visual Arts, and Sherina Florence, creative director at Oglivy, to its Board of Directors.
Franke+Fiorella has designed a spirited brand identity that reflects Hopkins Public Schools’ quest to deliver a world-class education.
Pantone and Heuritech marry the science of artificial intelligence with color expertise to bring Fall 2020’s latest color trends.
KICK has partnered with healthcare company, Nonin, to aid EMS responders with products to help tackle the silent symptoms of critically ill patients.
David Randolph brings extensive agency experience to Atlanta’s Phase 3, an integrated marketing, PR, creative, digital, print and marketing logistics service provider.
The Organization of Black Designers (OBD) has formed and launched the Design Diversity Partnership® (DDP).
Trollback+Company delivers a brand evolution for TBS, moving the network from a tv comedy brand to a genre-fluid entertainment destination.
Milton Glaser, the pioneering and legendary graphic designer, passes away from a stroke at the age of 91.
The English-Speaking Union of the United States is celebrating its centennial year with a rebranding by Odgis + Co.
Kelly O’Halloran continues to add to her collection of gouache paintings that commemorate Covid-related products that have gained elevated/celebrity status over the last couple of months, and continues to sell them to raise money for Feeding America.
AIGA has issued a statement in response to the killing of George Floyd. It is part of “a pattern of loss that spans generations.”
Adobe has begun to roll out updates to their brand identity to ensure that customers find their products easy to navigate and understand.