PRINT 17, the most comprehensive graphic communications gathering in the Americas, announces its 2017 MUST SEE ’EMS. The show takes place Sept 10-14 at McCormick Place South in Chicago.
Delta Airlines and Wieden + Kennedy are are using a wall in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn NY to depict the 133 airport codes that one can fly to from New York City on Delta.
Brand Union has reimagined a new visual identity for healthcare giant Aetna, which is transitioning from health insurance provider to a full-scale, consumer-focused health partner.
Eleven collaborated closely with the SurveyMonkey team to bring curiousity to life in a comprehensive repositioning of the brand.
Two RISD MFA’s designed a hyper-adaptive, modular and scalable identity for the school’s 2017 Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
On July 18, Dr. Gerard Unger will receive the TDC Medal, first awarded to Hermann Zapf back in 1967.
Pentagram designed a bold Brooklyn identity for City Point, a new food, shopping and entertainment destination in downtown Brooklyn.
Siegel+Gale creates a new logo for $25 billion IT services provider DXC Technology. The logo uses the “X” to indicate the transformative nature of the client.
SEGD has presented its highest honors for 2017 to Jan Lorenc, Kelly Kolar, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and SH Immersive Environments.
UNO Branding has created a contemporary and culturally resonant identity for Hmong College Prep Academy.
As part of its work with USA Swimming, Colle McVoy has launched a new poster collection to promote “The Funnest Sport There Is.”
This year, we have added a dedicated awards contest because the truth is that students and educators have increasing influence on the changing shape of communications, media and culture.
Creative branding agency Loyalkaspar teamed with SYFY to create an updated visual identity for the network across all linear, digital, social and experiential platforms.
The famous Michelin Man logo has evolved from a 3D presence to a slimmer two-dimensional version that is in line with the company’s future-oriented “on the move” positioning. Not to mention that the new, lighter version also works better for digital and social media.
GroundTruth, which specializes in location technology, has rebranded including a new name and new visual identity developed by Siegel+Gale.
Stocksy United, an artist-owned platform co-op that provides premium photos and videos, signed its first content distribution agreement with Adobe.
Bruce Mau Design (BMD) developed all touchpoints for Stellar, a high performance makeup that takes its brand story from the cosmos.
Franke+Fiorella has helped revitalize and build equity in the Questar, a leader in educational assessment and testing. The solution included a clearly articulated brand strategy and architecture, and a simplified brand portfolio.
MassMutual’s new logo by The Working Assembly is boldly blue with white dots to represent people, connections, and a new era of holistic financial solutions. Johannes Leonardo was in charge of overall creative and strategy.
For a leader in contact center solutions, Landor crafted a new identity and brand that captures the adaptability and fluidity of human conversation.
Sappi North America has released it 2016 Sustainability Report which showcases strong performance in sourcing, safety, solid waste and more.
The recent refresh of the CLASSIC® Papers portfolio was more than a year in the making. Neenah Brand Manager Kathy Kemps and design partner Pum Lefebure of Design Army provide answers about this ambitious undertaking.
Bulletproof has refreshed the packaging design for Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs to coincide with healthful recipe changes to its entire line of products.
Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum announces National Design Award honorees in 11 categories of various disciplines including Communications Award winner Jennifer Morla.