Volkswagen is addressing its emissions reporting scandal and introducing a “Drive Bigger” branding that looks to a positive and sustainable car-making future.
Discovery came to Roger looking to redesign their global brand, beginning with a new logo system, and extending out to a new identity that would cross platforms and reach over 220 countries.
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.
The two buildings that form The Graphic successfully bridge history and contemporary design, and the branding and graphics are brought to life by Proverb.
Ragged Edge checks in with an unusual, even quirky, rebrand for Qbic, a series of affordable hotels that celebrate individuality and welcome character.
Love conquers all! That is the hope behind Rule29’s new online community called LEO, whose mission is to encourage acceptance and love as an antidote to the divisiveness that surrounds us.
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.
UNO Branding (UNO) is proud to announce the new brand identity of The Smithsonian Latino Center, (SLC) a center that promotes Latino presence within the Smithsonian.
Seattle-based design firm MCD designs graphics and signage for the new King County Public Defenders Offices in the historic Dexter Horton Building.
The ABA worked with marketing agency Finn Partners, which Rives said went through dozens of possibilities before recommending the new logo design.
bthere campus safety app, designed by Handsome, collaborates with It’s On Us to push back against sexual assault on campuses.
PRINT® 19, slated for October 3-5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place North. Registration is now open for the industry’s most comprehensive and longest running event, and Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, will set the tone with a keynote address.
Creative industry veteran Brianna Wettlaufer has been named Head of Content for Adobe Stock. She brings vast experience with both start-ups and creative-focused companies.
Virgin Atlantic will replace its traditional emblem — an Alberto Vargas-inspired pin-up girl — with a diverse range of people who better represent ‘modern Britain’.
Digital experience agency INPHANTRY has promoted Regi Jacob to Creative Director. He previously held the position of Associate Creative Director since 2017.
M∙A∙C Cosmetics celebrates 25 years since the brand started its fight against HIV and AIDS with the launch of the iconic VIVA GLAM Lipstick.
The out of home advertising industry presented its top marketing award to Rob Jackson, principal and creative director at Extra Credit Projects.
Facebook is redesigning its website and app to be more spare and to emphasize group connections. The ultimate goal is trustworthiness.
The International Rescue Committee was looking for a fresh way to convey its values and communicate a message of hope. Langton Creative came back with very bold, out of the box concepts.
WPP’s SET Experience Group has consolidated its family of agencies, rebranded and relaunched as Set Creative in response to the blurring the lines between activations, pop-ups and live events.
Odgis + Company has designed the look and logo for a new REIT acquired by Blackstone and named Link Industrial Properties.
Character has rebranded YoDerm as Apostrophe with new logo, palette, look and feel. The service provides online access to board-certified dermatologists plus skin-care products.
The Penn Club of New York enlisted Bernhardt Fudyma to develop a branding system that would unify and energize the look-and-feel of its member communications.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is on exhibit through August at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. It originated at the Cranbrook Art Museum and features promotional graphics by Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville.