Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv create the branding for Hitco, a new entertainment label dedicated to producing chart-topping music.
Branding agency Soulsight has created Soul-Lab, a non-traditional, lounge style, consumer qualitative research facility for focus-groups, collaborative brand workshops, brainstorms and break-out workspaces.
Alexander Isley helps Philo Ridge Farm, a diversified working farm that integrates livestock, orchards, gardens and community events, to develop a brand and identity system that spreads the word about their mission.
The refurbished Marlins identity is energetic and vibrant in ways that uniquely represent the Miami community, with a focus on looking forward toward the future.
For it’s third volume, DROME magazine worked with acclaimed creative director William Richmond-Watson on art direction, as well as creative development, strategy, positioning and identity.
Wired’s 25th anniversary cover balances the tension between past and present with a grid made from past magazine spines. Original designers Plunkett + Kuhr were brought in to create the celebratory one-off cover.
As the dining market has become increasingly competitive, Interbrand is helping Buffalo Wild Wings maintain its position as the sports bar for game day experiences.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv have redesigned the logo for Animal Planet network to make it more appealing globally and more adaptable for digital applications.
Our 32nd annual Stock Visual Reader Survey reaffirms that almost everyone uses stock imagery, is using more of it, and is mostly satisfied with its quality, quantity and direction.
In collaboration with production company Sibling Rivalry, CBS has a new eye-opening identity for the digital age.
Odgis + Co. designs the 2018 Shearman & Sterling Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation Survey, using infographics and powerful photography to make the complex simple and clear.
DuPont’s new branding by Lippincott preserves the legacy shape of the DuPont Oval but emphasizes a freer flow of ideas and innovation.
Dunkin Donuts’ has revealed its new identity, signaling the start of a journey that will see the brand recognized simply as Dunkin’.
A collaborative effort between Wolff Olins, the Uber Brand Experience Team, and MCKL Type Foundry results in a more modern and friendly look for the global mobility company.
PRINT 18® is celebrating its inaugural Red Hot Technology Program recognizing game-changing print and design technologies. The tradeshow is set for September 30 – October 2 in Chicago.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv designed a new identity for Arthur Ashe Stadium, home to the recently concluded US Open Tennis Championships.
Northwestern University’s Block Museum examines the trailblazing Goldsholl husband and wife design team who had great influence on mid-20th Century advertising and design.
Art Paul of Playboy: The Man Behind the Bunny chronicles the story of the life and artistic impact of Art Paul, founding art director of Hugh Heffner’s iconic magazine.
The Butler Bros creates a brand for Austin’s prospective Major League Soccer team that focuses on iconic symbols of the city and the color green.
Jennifer Morla is publishing a monograph of her legendary work in collaboration with Letterform Archive; a Kickstarter campaign is alive through September 8.
SVA presents Graphic Design in China, a juried biennial that aims to showcase the growth of Chinese graphic design to an international audience.
Vanity Fair magazine debuts a new look which features a new logo design and a weightier masthead. Post-Graydon Carter editor Radhika Jones positions the change as a modest revamp.
San Francisco-based Tolleson helps position and brand Lucid Motors as a new kind of luxury vehicle. The logo is intended to reflect the car itself: sleek, modern and elongated.
Design Activism is a new book that profiles 31 designers fighting to make the world better as they see it.
Carey Jenkins is the first female CEO at Seattle-based Substantial digital agency and she hopes it sends a message.