Fatty15, a health supplement, was named to prompt conversation about the importance of healthy fat as part of an expansive branding program by Los Angeles agency, Phenomenon.
Empowered by the rise of DTC online retail and disruptive creative voices, branding studio Mucca created the name, identity, packaging, e-commerce site and more for new jewelry brand TIny Gods.
‘Remembering Milton Glaser, Class of 1951’ celebrates the work of legendary graphic designer and Cooper Union alumnus. The exhibition runs through January 15 in the 4th Avenue colonnade of The Cooper Union’s Foundation Building.
PepsiCo has refreshed the 2 Liter bottle design across the entire portfolio. The company says that the decision reflects design-led thinking and best practices centered on an improved consumer experience.
Annie Yang of Conran Design Group says that young audiences want a real connection with a brand, one that has ‘an authentic integration into our lives.’
SADA, a business and technology consultancy on track to become a billion-dollar Google Cloud partner, has introduced a new logo and refreshed its corporate brand for the first time in 20 years with the help of Siegel+Gale.
Mars Food is changing the name and logo of Uncle Ben’s as America and the marketing world adjust to a societal reckoning on race.
Gretel collaborates with sports new company The Athletic to develop fresh positioning and a new visual strategy, as well as a campaign that celebrates its commitment to smart long-form sports content.
Ellie McKenzie of Farmhouse Design and Scott Gasch of Fey Printing bring to life the power of sustainable branding and digital printing in Neenah’s newest promotion, Explore 7: Sustainable Retail.
HFZ did not develop its brand because of its creative name. Instead, HFZ built its brand by developing a reputation for financial acumen, consistently delivering value, and contributing to the urban development of NYC.
While technology has streamlined the design process, co-founder of Dead Horse Branding, Rick Caballo, believes that overdependence on technology leads to inauthentic solutions.
Audra Nebolini of the New York office of brand strategy and design consultancy CBX on the power of storytelling and it’s meaning for marketing and brands going forward.
Block&Tackle rebrand for SYFY WIRE, an editorial brand for fans of sci-fi, fantasy and horror, taps into comics and fan-made aesthetics.
Pepsi reveals a new tagline to appear across advertisements and promotions for its Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, and Diet Pepsi brands.
Pentagram has worked with Yahoo on a refresh of its visual identity that emphasizes the exclamation point to embody the platform’s amplification strategy.
Switch of Dallas TX and Oklahoma City OK has recalibrated the Lone Star Beer brand to honor the company’s extensive history but look to their future as well.
Obsession approached Watermark to update the wine brand for a younger audience. A unique typographic pattern lets the aluminum, and the sun, shine through.
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.
The two buildings that form The Graphic successfully bridge history and contemporary design, and the branding and graphics are brought to life by Proverb.
Chase redesigned the X2 brand from the ground up with the goal of capturing the natural flow of energy that X2 delivers.
This second edition of the massively popular original book features hundreds of new images and content.
Health & Happiness Advertising Agency LRXD has created new packaging for Growers, a Colorado company that sells soil and nutrients designed to grow the most verdant cannabis crops.
BrandOpus worked with Molson Coors to rebrand its Molson portfolio of beers, including a revitalized identity, brand strategy and architecture.
What is the next macro trend? Two leading Interbrand experts contend that, to escape the sea of noise, overstimulated consumers and smart brands will embrace escapism.