Red Peak has developed a visual identity system for new MetLife spinoff that specializes in life insurance and annuity solutions.
Brand Union has rebranded Tyson with a weathervane to hearken back to the family farm, and to support new antibiotic-free and sustainability initiatives.
Jovenville has revamped the branding of Amy Marietta, a lifestyle blogger and content developer looking to grow.
Prophet is behind a brand refresh for MetLife that evokes trusted partnerships and sidelines Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang.
Taco Bell has a flexible new logo created by Lippincott in collaboration with Taco Bell’s internal design group, TBD.
The Partners New York create a new brand identity for The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra as it seeks to reach out to the community.
Brand strategy and design agency Red Peak created a visual identity, logo and brand personality for the former TBC Holdings, an ad tech company, which recently took the name Vivial.
Town Sports International is in the midst of a pilot program to update its 150 clubs with the help of New York digital agency Kettle.
Kodak redesigns its logo for the first time in a decade, opting to bring back the iconic “K” that was introduced back in 1971.
Taylor Design has named, designed and developed a website that helps young adults in Connecticut who are struggling with mental illness.
Brand Union has created a new visual look for Dell, Dell Technologies and Dell EMC that focuses on the company’s transformation to “a new day.”
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv have designed a new identity for Course Hero, an educational online platform.
Subway introduces new logo and joins other fast-food restaurants on new commitment to quality and freshness.
Kids II relaunches its signature brands with a collaboration between Joe Duffy and the inhouse creative design team led by Adam Bain.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv focus on distinctive lettering style for Yoshinoya Japanese Restaurant chain logo and identity.
Thinkso is giving a free brand makeover to a worthy medical care nonprofit; please vote online to help choose the winner.
Wolff Olin’s graphics for The Metropolitan Museum of Art makes the institution more accessible but has drawn criticism.