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Stephen King made a big splash in the publishing world when he recently announced that he has no plans to publish a digital version of his new novel “Joyland” (June 2013, Hard Case Crime). Well,…
In This Issue
American Package Design Awards
PACKAGING, POP + THE ENTIRE
sponsored by neenah paper
In an era of fragmented audiences,
media noise, retail clutter, and global competitiveness, products that
are well-designed ‒ and package design that is compelling and
revealing ‒ are increasingly the difference makers in advancing the
brand and making the sale.
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In the second installment of our survey, readers name their favorite projects and favorite logos of the past half century. From Shepard Fairey's Obama Hope poster to Massimo Vignelli's Subway Map to George Lois' Esquire magazine covers, it's eclectic and it's fun.
American Airlines identity hits some turbulence; McDonald's serves up
QR code in global package redesign; Béhar has Nivea feeling blue;
Pentagram project tops the charts; VH1 logo trades music for mashup…
John C Jay leaves corner office for a spot in the garage; AIGA turns on
Bright Lights; Yang Kim nominated for nominations role; Paul Kuzma has a
better idea; Clive Roux signs on with SEGD…