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.
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.
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.
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.
The SUNY College of Optometry recently completed a strategic planning exercise and turned to Trillion for help in share its plan for the future.
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.
JoEllen Martinson Davis on two trends that have staying power: how brands are addressing disabilities and how they are incorporating natural cues into their products.
A free Customer Success Kit from Red Paper Plane presents ideas for using easy, engaging, dimensional direct mail designs. The entire process is online and, with dozens of templates to choose from, all you have to do is design.
Make with Mohawk is a three part campaign to encourage designers to pursue a passion project, try a new print technique, and submit their work for recognition.
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.
Odgis + Company has designed the look and logo for a new REIT acquired by Blackstone and named Link Industrial Properties.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is on exhibit through August at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. It originated at the Cranbrook Art Museum and features promotional graphics by Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville.
Creative agency Gretel has helped rebrand Nike ID as Nike By You, which gives consumers the chance to co-create their own sportswear with the iconic label.
‘How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole’ is a straight-talking fun read with a serious point: in an age of greater transparency and accountability the age of the creative egomaniac is over.
You may know her work from Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies or Wes Anderson’s Academy Award-winning Grand Budapest Hotel. Maybe you’ve seen her designs grace the silver screen without even realizing. Introducing one of our favorites (you’ll soon see why), graphic designer and speaker Annie Atkins. Last year, Annie Atkins enthralled the graphic design community with […]
Fortnight Collective has been helping transform the Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt brand into an innovator in the ice cream space; its latest design is for Snack Buddies frozen Greek yogurt bars.
Metallic colors are hot and the new Pantone Metallics system enables designers, brands, and printers to specify and produce metallics in a more versatile and cost-effective way.
Kellogg announces a portfolio-wide redesign of its iconic cereal boxes across Europe. Global design agency, Landor, led the effort.
VP+C was sure to incorporate authenticity and sustainability into the packaging for farm-to-face skincare brand Farmacy, and specing Neenah ENVIRONMENT® papers for the boxes helped.
Gordon talks to Diane Domeyer, Executive Director of The Creative Group, about in-demand design skills, the need women and minorities in creative leadership positions,, and why it’s a job seeker’s market.
A daring use of Italian Futurist typeface by EBD and Louise Fili for sauces and dresses passed the mom test.
Watermark was tasked with designing a brand and packaging for a hard cider that answers “the call of the wild.”