GDUSA Creative Director Ilana Greenberg paints live mural at ICFF 2018
A new ad campaign from Spotify focuses on increased personalization, which the streaming service says makes its free version better for users and advertisers.
Gail Anderson is honored for Lifetime Achievement in the 2018 National Design Awards. Pictured here: a spread from Rolling Stone, one of hundreds of feature stories Anderson worked on in 14 years at the magazine.
Glamour magazine embarks on a comprehensive redesign of the 79-year-old title in the hopes it will ‘pop’ in print and, even more so, online.
COLLINS creates a new unified neighborhood called The East Cut out of three separate and sometimes confusing boundaries in San Francisco.
National Geographic is unveiling its most significant redesign in nearly two decades to more dynamically showcase the work of photographers, reporters, and artists.
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite programs and institutions that prepare students to work in professional graphic design.
AIGA is spearheading the Double or Nothing movement whose goal is to double the number of women leaders in design.
PepsiCo introduces a new line of sparkling water called bubly with the help of R/GA, the Academy Awards, and colorful package design.
GDUSA starts each year by choosing a group of People To Watch who embody the spirit of the creative community.
Design Army has rebranded JRINK Juicery while reducing packaging costs with a simplified label system.
Apply for Fall 2018 to the School of Visual Art’s MFA in Social Design, the road to a more exciting career with purpose.
Diet Coke is receiving a major brand refresh and marketing makeover including a new logo and package redesign. The design incorporates several new flavors but, says Coke, the underlying formula remains unchanged.
Ikea’s new print ad for the Sundvik Crib, from the Akestam Holst agency, invites readers to pee on it to find out if they are pregnant
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This year’s showcase reflects the increasingly expansive ways in which graphic design shapes business, society, commerce and culture.
The Beijing 2022 Olympics has a new logo by designer Lin Cunzhen which the host country has dubbed Winter Dreams.
Worldstudio and Make Art with Purpose have launched AMPL!FY, a public art and design initiative that partners designers with social justice organizations to create thought-provoking posters.
The 2018 Pantone Color of the Year is a complex Ultra Violet, forecast to resonate with graphic designers and package designers seeking nuance and sophistication.
Rebecca Minkoff and Interbrand combine geometry and holography to bring Chandon’s Limited Edition Winter Collection to life.
Tiffany & Co. has opened the Blue Box Café at its Fifth Avenue, Manhattan flagship, making Breakfast At Tiffany’s a reality.
Far from limiting the design firm’s expertise to a prescribed set of printed or digital collateral, the Wydown Hotel has welcomed Chen Design Associates’ input on all aspects of the brand.
Stock visuals remain a vital creative resource for graphic designers, transitioning over decades from marginal to mainstream to essential.
GDUSA’s American Health + Wellness Design Awards™ honors outstanding graphic communication by this high-profile segment of the economy.
Fritz Klaetke designs branding and wayfinding for Underground, a new urban park that links Boston’s South End and South Boston neighborhoods.