Exhibitionism is the largest touring exhibit staged by a band or artist. It tells the 50-year history of the Rolling Stones through a series of thematic installations that present a journey through the band’s career. Pentagram partners William Russell and Abbott Miller collaborated on the graphic and exhibit design.
Base Design is responsible for the new look and feel of Terminal 4 at the John F. Kennedy Airport in NYC. It’s intended to take much of the stress out of the pre-flight experience. The project includes a custom typeface that features the number “4” as a symbol and foundation of the identity.
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Pentagram updates Mastercard symbol, simplifying it and focusing on its most valuable visual asset, the two circles.
DDB and McDonald’s collaborate on a fresh looking and feeling website update for the franchise giant, with a focus on the mobile majority.
The ADC kicked off its series of curated Young Guns events with an exclusive ‘Last Supper’ at NYC’s iconic, soon-to-close Four Seasons restaurant.
Kim Knoll of Knoed design and branding studio with thoughts on how to get away from agency work, and attract small business and startup clients of your own.
Top 15 Logo Trends for 2016 via LogoLounge, a unique site that explores logo and identity design. Simplicity is king, typography is austere, and the circle is central as screens become smaller and more dominant.
This competition is our annual showcase of the power of design to enhance websites and online communications.
A custom box helps super fan celebrities and social media influencers catch up on the Game of Thrones story.
Spike Jonze asked NYC-based Gretel to design a transparent identity that lets the in-your-face content of VICE come through undiluted.
GDUSA publisher Gordon Kaye agonized whether other people felt emotions beyond “like”. Facebook has now taught him that it is also acceptable to feel “wow” and “hahaha” and even “sad.”
GDUSA’s educated, informed, but admittedly subjective selection of our favorite graphic design schools across the US.
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