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 in order to spark innovation, increase agility, encourage problem solving, fill skills gaps and boost morale.
Talk about a challenge! Landor Chicago has developed the logo and branding for the America250 Foundation, whose mission is to build unity and engagement, as well as reflect diversity and change, in the run-up to a polarized nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026.
LA’s new tourism logo is a collaboration between Shepard Fairey‘s Studio Number One and design studio/font creator House Industries. The logo is intended to exude sunny optimism and a hint of street cool, with a gradient that says sunsets and diversity.
C&G Partners designed the signage, way finding, and graphic system for Little Island, Manhattan’s newest public park and performance space.
Metsä Board appoints a Sustainability Specialist for the Americas to help customers reduce the environmental impact of their packaging.
Sure to become a design classic, Creatives on Creativity features interviews with 44 of the world’s best artists, creative directors, designers, illustrators and more. Among them: George Lois, Stefan Sagmeister and Paula Scher.
Five videos premiering on kcet.org explore the efforts of regional graphic designers dedicated to their craft. Profiles feature Emory Douglas, John Van Hamersveld, Sister Corita, Ernesto Yerena Montejano, Dignidad Rebelde.
BrandOpus’ latest work is an overhaul of Kraft Heinz’s cultured dairy brand and East Coast icon. The new work for Breakstone’s is a contemporary twist on the brand’s rich 130-year-old heritage.
Creative Studio Grand Jeté explains the use of hidden symbolism, the process behind the logo’s creation, and how the ‘Call Mom’ founders Marc Rose and Med Abrous are represented in its iconography.
Enter our 2021 American Web Design Awards™. The competition honors the power and reach of all things designed for screens.
Advertising affects us in deeply psychological ways, so graphic designers need to be ultra aware of the images put out into the world. Pride should serve as a reminder to all of us to make year-long changes that shatter stereotypes and represent and respect those in the LGBTQIA+ community.
The PepsiCo Design + Innovation Book showcases the results that design-led thinking and innovation brought to market in 2020 across the company’s broad portfolio of food and beverage brands.
Pearlfisher designs a symbolic whale tail bottle and brand identity for launch of sustainable and ocean-inspired family wellbeing brand, Love Ocean.
To save its favorite restaurant during the pandemic, creative agency Arcana Academy turned a takeout joint into an upscale brand … and guaranteed a year of lunch business as well.
Pentagram partner Michael Gericke’s monograph spans four decades of multi-dimensional design driven by celebrating places, telling stories, and making symbols.
Pentagram redesigns the visual identity for The National Women’s History Museum, the largest online cultural institution dedicated to the women who have transformed American history.
Glenn Cole, co-founder and creative chairman at 72andSunny, was elected chairman of The One Club Board of Directors. He takes over from FCB Global CCO Susan Credle and his vice president is Pum Lefebure.
M&M’s partners with Landor & Fitch to bring a new M&M’s Mall of America store to life. It’s big and colorful. And, of course, includes selfie-worthy backdrops and shareable social moments.
A website redesign from digital agency, CANVAS United on behalf of Heritage of Pride (NYC Pride) puts information front and center.
SpeedPro, a leader in large-format printing and graphics, is proud of the diverse and varied backgrounds of their team. One example: Perry Stephens of Phoenix AZ who is a champion for acceptance and inclusion.
Outspoken By Design is a group art show celebrating, supporting, and amplifying AAPI voices with the goal of raising money and awareness to #StopAsianHate. Wunderman Thompson is calling on AAPI designers across the globe to submit designs.
Scottish artist Craig Black has created ‘The Fusion Series – Footballs’. It’s an art installation of unique and collectable pieces.
The Goldstein Group has rebranded as Goldstein Group Branding. The initiative includes a new logo, website, partner network and exclusive focus on Wellness, OTC and Rx-to-OTC Switch brands.
Public Label has created new branding work for the Sturgis Motocycle Rally, the largest motorcycle rally in the world. The new look and feel represents the future of the Rally – appealing to Gen Y and Z who are driving modern motorcycle culture while immortalizing its heritage.
The vast majority of creative professionals expect an economic recovery in the second half of 2021 and an attendant rise in demand for graphic communications.