Parallel has launched two cannabis products, for humans and pets, respectively, with creative and package design by Sausalito-based agency BSSP.
OATH has launched in the US with a new visual identity by London-based B&B studio. The design emphasizes the link between mind and body health.
New York-based brand design studio ThoughtMatter has named Wednesday Krus and newcomer Samantha Barbagiovanni as Design Directors to help lead an already predominantly female team.
C&G Partners designed the Hunt for Bin Laden exhibit at the September 11 National Museum; it unfolds as a (horrific) crime story.
The Atlantic has unveiled the cover for its December 2019 issue signaling the magazine’s first substantial redesign since 2008. Most notable: the name is now a simple “A”.
Neenah has just launched the first-ever paper extension for Adobe ® Illustrator ®. It is intended to make it easy for creatives to envision their work on the papers they will print on.
The Association for Print Technologies (APTech) has launched a quarterly magazine launches to empower higher education marketers.
Experience design agency HUSH adds multidisciplinary visual storyteller Garrett Johnston as a Creative Director.
Chair Duke Greenhill explains how, at SCAD Graphic Design, innovative collaborations with Fortune 500 partners help secure students leading design jobs.
Sappi North America, Inc. has named 2019 recipients of its annual Ideas that Matter grant program. Celebrating its 20th year, the program provides funding to support the production and distribution of social impact print projects with integrated campaigns.
Burger & Lobster reveals a series of murals created by brand design agency Vault49 to help the New York restaurant stand out in the Flatiron District.
The Paris Olympics has a logo. The design is said to bring together three symbols connected to sport, the Games and France: the gold medal, the Olympic and Paralympic flames, and Marianne.
Today’s desire for healthier alternatives and adventurous flavors led to the creation of Marie’s first sub-brand with naming and design by Chase Design Group.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
Justworks and Frank Collective have developed a campaign that emphasizes the importance of workplace happiness for the HR tech company.
Pantone has introduced an expanded array of colors to the Pantone Matching System™ (PMS). The addition of 294 trend-relevant colors creates a library of over 2,100 colors.
Jan Šabach honors the works of his father Petr Šabach (1951–2017), a well-known Czech writer, with a series of colorful, optimistic, and dynamic book covers.
The One Club has named Kasia Karolak the Gender Equality Program Manager, a new role at the non-profit.
Jessica Walsh, of Sagmeister & Walsh fame, has launched her own creative agency &Walsh. She joins a handful of female agency heads and hopes to help open the door for others.
Jess Glebe Design developed the Penny & Rose brand identity and package design. Each of the brand’s 11 scents is named for a distinct childhood memory.
DDW has helped reinvent the Energizer brand with a lighthearted Energizer Bunny and a highly strategic new packaging system.
The Android operating system now runs 2.5 billion devices; a brand refresh from Huge and Google focuses on a mobile-first digital experience.
In collaboration with Publicis Seattle, nine Special Olympics athletes developed the logo for the 2022 USA Games. ‘We felt it was never our logo to create’ says Executive Creative Director Pete Kearney.
Clients often come with a preconceived notion of what they need. Neil Wengerd of Nonfiction says it’s up to us to deconstruct those notions.
Pum Lefebure and Design Army have conceptualized and art directed a new campaign, featuring the tagline ‘Where Ideas Lead’ that helps rebrand Neenah as a solutions company and, at the same time, modernizes the concept of paper.