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Baseball is back and Trillion has redesigned catering menus for the Citi Field stadium suite areas, event spaces, and catering/special events departments. Aramark, the client, is among the largest food providers.
Oscar Mayer has unwrapped a new look, packaging and creative platform built to unite the extensive portfolio of products and bring the brand into the modern era. The Weinermobile survives!
Planters, the 115-year-old snack company, has a new look, tone and strategic platform from Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR) that puts substance front and center, along with a new advertising campaign.
Pearlfisher drew on the the ancient science of Ayurveda and Sri Lankan heritage of the co-founders to brand Botanistry, a premium wellness brand that balances function and flavor, body and mind.
The National Gallery of Art has reopened with a reimagined and reengerized brand led by gallery director Kaywin Feldman and staff with help from Michael Gericke and Pentagram.
Gregg Lipman of CBX on why design is a process and a craft, not a software-driven deliverable, and is best left to design professionals.
Patrick Michael Redmond, longtime designer, artist, author, art director, and retired educator, has been honored as one of the “arts and culture heroes of the pandemic from across Irish America…”
Leading theater poster designer Frank ‘Fraver’ Verlizzo teams with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Gelato to raise money for actors and other theater-related workers.
AIGA recognizes Warby Parker with its Corporate Leadership Award for changing the eyewear industry by pioneering ideas, designing user-centered products and experiences, and being a socially conscious business.
Local Boulder breweries team with creative agency Fortnight Collective to create ‘Colorado Care Can,’ craft beers whose sale will help support those impacted by the Boulder supermarket shooting
The One Club calls on agencies, studios, brands, ad schools and other industry organizations to sign the pledge and commit to leveling the playing field for the next generation of talent.
Industry veteran and former Under Armour creative lead Jed Jecelin lands in the role of executive creative director at Baltimore agency Planit.
João Paz has been elevated to Head of Design from Associate Creative Director at MullenLowe New York; ECD Chris Rowson is building ‘a design team of makers.’
Shutterstock celebrates the Best Picture nominees as part of its ninth annual Oscar Pop! series which captures the spirit of the films via original pop art-style posters.
nate launches an effortless marketing campaign to demonstrate its universal pay later solution to online shopping.
Andy Askren of Grady Britton: As companies get so few chances to encourage consumers to make brand changes, now is the time for a Big Idea designed to get their attention.
Design Resource Center has launched a new sustainability initiative this spring aiming to make an impact in the consumer packaged goods industry.
AIGA has released the executive summary of its 2021 Design Point of View (POV) research, an in-depth analysis of the design profession, with the goal of creating a better community.
Love & War has developed a brand ad campaign for UBS Arena, looking to the future with a nod to its rich past.
Adobe is partnering with Emojination, a grassroots organization, in response to a survey that shows widespread demand for more diverse and inclusive symbols.
Birk Creative partnered with Advocate Health Care and the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services to create a custom public outreach campaign that promotes COVID-19 informational and virtual health care options.
Rockefeller Center’s new brand work has been developed by marketing firm Known. The identity also culminates in a new campaign for Top of the Rock.
How do you redesign one of the most recognizable examples of package design in the world without compromising its distinctness? In the case of Coca-Cola, it seems the answer is: move the logo up a bit.
Unbounce report shows that, during the pandemic, online traffic was way up but messages associated with negative emotions like fear and sadness depressed conversions.
Monotype type trend report examines the movements shaping the creative community, informing branding, and driving design today and into the future.