Chair Duke Greenhill explains how, at SCAD Graphic Design, innovative collaborations with Fortune 500 partners help secure students leading design jobs.
Level Group has designed a website for Express Newark that invites and promotes collaboration between the Newark and Rutgers University communities.
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.
Pentagram has named, designed, branded and set the tone for a new print journal that seeks to bring the Netflix experience to readers.
Linking cannabis to creativity, GEN!US has launched in California with package design and supporting visual imagery that seeks to move beyond the stoner stigma.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
One Zero Charlie has created the brand and identity for Mom’s Perfect Toffee, an ode to a son’s love of his mother and her toffee-making secrets.
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.
The Pantone® Fashion Color Trend Report Spring/Summer 2020 features the top 12 stand out colors, as well as current takes on the four classic neutrals you can expect to see on the runway.
The One Club has named Kasia Karolak the Gender Equality Program Manager, a new role at the non-profit.
A new national campaign for Café Bustelo from Publicis Groupe boasts bold, minimalist illustration-style visuals, with a retro poster feel and a nod to brand authenticity.
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.
Doritos is featuring the triangle shape of its chips in new advertising and design by Goody Silverstein & Partners that does not mention the brand name.
The Android operating system now runs 2.5 billion devices; a brand refresh from Huge and Google focuses on a mobile-first digital experience.
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.
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.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum launched an ‘Apollo At the Park’ campaign and enlisted Spaeth Hill to design the logo and branded package.
National Geographic is known for pushing boundaries in their reporting, covering controversial topics, and their latest edition on migration and immigration uses borderless design to make a point.
Obsession approached Watermark to update the wine brand for a younger audience. A unique typographic pattern lets the aluminum, and the sun, shine through.
BrandOpus has reestablished Cracker Barrel Cheese as a premium offering within the category with new branding and packaging.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv has optimized the logo and wordmark for a recently-launched mixer system called DRINKWORKS, an Anheuser-Busch InBev and Keurig Dr Pepper joint venture.
Pentagram’s 2019 look for Shakespeare in the Park is fun and playful, with skewed bands of typography layered on color shapes in a Pop art palette, inspired by circus posters, bubble gum and Wonder Bread.
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 next time your brief calls for a little bling, grab the Pantone Metallics Guide and Chips Books for over 350 durable Packaging Metallics colors and more than 300 metallic inks for commercial graphics projects.
Y&L’s campaign for the brand takes from Robert’s design signature of cutting on the bias and designing the duality of structure and flow, which is core to the concept for the identity and branding.
Ragged Edge checks in with an unusual, even quirky, rebrand for Qbic, a series of affordable hotels that celebrate individuality and welcome character.