Canopyright’s new brand, identity and logo by Seattle’s Okaybro communicate a more transparent, equitable – and trustworthy – cannabis industry that incentivizes and rewards breeders.
With the help of the Trollbäck branding firm, ABC reimagines a simpler globe logo with refined typography. The most noticeable change is the return to a traditional flat logo from a more 3D iteration.
Emily Zugay’s makeshift logos can be seen as the profile pictures of many of the brands’ official TikTok accounts. When Emily jokingly shared attempts at redesigning iconic logos, it racked up millions of views, and caught the attention of some of the US largest companies.
For small business focused NEXT Insurance, COLLINS has developed a playful, hand-drawn style that captures the sincerity, positivity, and the gritty can-do ethos of entrepreneurs. Past periods of stress for small businesses is the inspiration.
Little Big Brands partners with legacy brand Ajax on package design of a new European Union product that is targeted to Millennials and GenZ-ers.
Among the winners of the 22nd Cooper Hewitt National Design Awards: graphic designer and DEI advocate Cheryl Miller (design visionary) and motion design studio Imaginary Forces (communications design). First Lady Jill Biden is this year’s Honorary Patron.
Mezzetta partnered with Affinity Creative Group to completely reimagine and rebuild their existing website while staying true to the brand’s time-honored tradition and family-oriented aesthetic.
Big Data, Big Design provides designers with the tools they need to harness the potential of machine learning and put it to good use through thoughtful, human-centered, intentional design.
SPIKE is a visual celebration of Spike Lee’s life and career to date designed by designer Tré Seals.
LIFEWTR’s West Coast bottled water collection features artwork from diverse artists and illustrators across Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and Washington State.
Under the AIGA umbrella and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives will share their culture, contributions, and best practices to move design forward.
Amber Ruffin will give the keynote address at the 11th edition of the One Club’s Where Are All The Black People (WAATBP) diversity conference and career fair, taking place virtually September 29-30.
Absolut Vodka unveils its biggest design update since its launch in 1979. Paying homage to its credentials of provenance, heritage and authenticity, the iconic bottle’s redesign is committed to showing that Absolut Vodka is still as original as when it began.
On the 20th anniversary, Wunderman Thompson creates a campaign that aims to rekindle the spirit of togetherness and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy of September 11.
Summer Studio is a pilot program to introduce inner-city students to graphic design as a profession. DJ Haddad led the course in an effort to spotlight that there is a whole world of high-paying careers that exist for the creatively inclined.
Brand design agency CBX launches Forge, a new volume design offering for CPG companies and retailers that can create product packaging scaled across thousands of product SKUs and dozens of product categories.
Pearlfisher uses multiple exposures and motion blur to visualize the human impacts of the electro-muscle stimulation technology.
Alan Reuter argues that, like any other discipline, design can evolve slowly and before you know it, new paradigms develop. If you aren’t paying attention when that happens, you will fall behind.
Registration is open now for the venerable AIGA MN Design Camp. Set for October 1-3, this year’s Design Camp is a hybrid affair, with a Plaid Ball in person on Friday night, and virtual workshops and events on Saturday and Sunday.
Our flagship American Graphic Design Awards™ competition celebrates the best work of 2020 and 2021. It is open to everyone in the community: design firms, ad agencies, inhouse departments, freelancers, students and more. Deadline: Friday October 15.
Hush welcomes Joel Watkins as Senior Designer. Having previously worked for design and digital firms Elephant and Huge, Watkins brings extensive design experience to his new role.
Yelp’s refreshed logo and reimagined suite of app icons are part of the continued rollout of their new modernized platform.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Landor & Fitch designed the XX New York campaign to support a volunteer fundraiser for the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund – also known as Answer the Call.
Diane Domeyer, executive director of the creative and marketing practice at Robert Half, with insights on how creative leaders can help their team thrive by embracing a culture of continuous learning that sparks innovation, agility, problem solving, and more.
The iconic Campbell’s Soup Co. labels have seen their first redesign in five decades thanks to a collaboration between Campbell’s and designers Turner Duckworth. To recognitze the milestone, the company is selling its first ever non-fungible token (NFT) of the label to benefit Feeding America.
Oikos has redesigned its blended packs with help from Beardwood&Co. The new look makes fruit the mouthwatering and unapologetic heroes.