Instagram’s first refresh in years introduces an illuminated gradient and a new brand typeface. The typeface is full of quirks and references to the Instagram script wordmark, while embracing the spherical traits of the logo.
The Brooklyn Film Fest’s campaign from MullenLowe New York will tutor you on how to talk politically-correct about the movies. The tongue-in-cheek “course” is a reminder that indie films are meant to be provocative and reflect many perspectives.
Creative agency Two Things has created a campaign that employs non-traditional media and partnerships with local businesses to remind surging Sun Valley tourists not to be rude, disrespectful or aggressive.
Jess Phillips becomes Pearlfisher London’s new Creative Director following an internal promotion. She has been with the firm since an internship in 2012.
Utilizing modern typography, with a nod to the history of Fenway, Trillion transformed Aramark’s menu systems into a sophisticated touchpoint for fans hosting an event at the venerable stadium.
The Rockefeller University has a new iridescent display by C&G Partners for its annual award honoring women scientists. The design features a floating hexagonal lattice of lightweight aluminum and changeable translucent panels.
work x work shares their rebrand of KCRW. The tagline is “Always On LA,” representing commitment to being LA’s connection to music, news, culture and community. The brand extends from web to merchandise, social to print.
A new visual identity reinforces Frontier’s positioning as a leading communications provider offering gigabit speeds to connect consumers and businesses in 25 states.
The Creative Shit Show podcast, hosted by creative entrepreneurs, Von Glitschka, Justin Ahrens, Karen Larson, and Jamie Saunders, is intended to help designers, marketers and creatives navigate the daily grind.
Mars Wrigley brand Skittles teams up with GLAAD for the third year on the brand’s annual Pride packs. While they have historically been gray, this year’s packs get a splash of color from six artists of the LGBTQ+ community.
The One Club will present the Manship Medallion to a select group creative leaders who have played a significant role in ADC history. Gail Anderson, Brian Collins, Paula Scher, Richard Wilde, George Lois, Eileen Hedy Schultz are among those recognized.
Indie shop Baldwin& and Ponysaurus Brewing created a new beer – Inauthentico – made the traditional Mexican way but which embraces that it is made in North Carolina.
Susan Levy joins the team with a wealth of experience from the likes of JKR and Pearlfisher. She will be based in the New York Studio, but will be heading up the department across Vault49’s London Studio, too.
The iconic Batman logo has been redesigned for the first time since 2011. The latest design, debuting in the 125th issue of the Batman comic book series this coming July, has been developed by new head artist Jorge Jiménez.
The New School’s Parsons School of Design has published a new book written and edited by several professors which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the school’s Communication Design program.
Practice shows what can happen when a studio donates time to a grassroots initiative. The Outer Work Newspaper raises awareness of the online anti-racism community’s work and ideology of change through joy.
Cutwater’s campaign celebrates boaters from all backgrounds in an open invitation to explore life in, on, and under water. It includes an original content library anchored by a brand anthem film and stories of passionate boaters turned brand ambassadors.
Data indicates that America is ready for a new breakfast pairing. For increased efficiency in one’s morning routine, Tropicana, with help from advertising agency Cramer-Krasselt Chicago, has concocted Tropicana Crunch.
Häagen-Dazs extends its ‘That’s Dazs’ initiative with a new design for shops, providing ’luxury where your are’ that can be enjoyed by all. The new design features a bright, bold color scheme, themed murals, updated uniforms, and modernized lighting and seating.
Rizco’s new brand highlights their marketing evolution from a graphic design firm to a full-service marketing agency positioned for greater growth.
Kevin Hall Design recently completed an identity program for the City of Milford’s Senior Center in Connecticut.
Sibling Rivalry conceptualized and designed the logo, trailer, screen passes, and animated elements for Turner Classic Movies 13th annual Classic Film Festival. The “C” is a nod to the iconic film reel that made up the TCM Film Festival logo in the past.
In partnership with Design Army, Neenah introduces the Idea Shop; a program of ideas and inspiration aimed to convey the power of paper and print design, to support the creative process on or offline, and to help modernize the paper specification.
Pearlfisher has partnered with Compound Foods in their mission to brew a new beanless coffee that is eco-friendly and lab-grown. The branding focuses on the emotional and inviting appeal of coffee rather than the product’s scientific or futuristic nature.
Extra Credit Projects is helping to bring national awareness and creativity to Earth Day through its partnership with EARTHDAY.ORG and the Out of Home Advertising Association of America. The theme: Invest In Our Planet.
Plug Power Inc., a leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy, reveals a new brand, purpose, and an optimistic logo with the help of venerable brand design firm Lippincott.