Andy Ruiz has rejoined Jovenville as their new creative director.
Weiden+Kennedy and the Coca-Cola brand have introduced Real Magic, the first new global platform for the beverage giant since 2016, and reveal the ‘Hug,’ a new perspective on the iconic logo.
Amazon joins the Diversify by Design (DxD) coalition to help launch Design=, a collaborative initiative to increase access to design for historically excluded youth.
SCS Atlanta, Reckon, and AT&T help re-launch Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association. Now known as Fuse, the group has a new brand identity and big vision to serve its community.
Crif Dogs hot dog shop’s brand redesign by Design Bridge New York incorporates true New York style and flair into a longstanding Manhattan icon.
The San Francisco 49ers are engaged in a campaign to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The celebration includes Latinx fan feature videos, new Spotify playlists with Bay Area Latinx artists – and artwork by a 49ers employee Emilio Cortez from outside the team’s inhouse creative team.
Design studio Order recreates the brand identity for the revival of Brooklyn’s Gage & Tollner, an historic 19th century oyster and chop house on famed Fulton Street.
Mucca crafted a surreal fantasy with avant garde identities for Aparium’s Daxton Hotel and Madam Restaurant.
VSA Partners has led the brand transformation of AMRI, a leading contract drug manufacturing organization, emphasizing its ability to take drug development “from curiosity to cure.”
AIGA has announced an initiative with Wiki Education to expand and build more comprehensive design histories for the public on Wikipedia. AIGA Wiki Scholars Program will provide training for AIGA members to add and expand the design knowledge base on Wikipeda.
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.
LogoLounge.com is currently accepting submissions for LogoLounge Book 13, which will feature 3,000 of the best and brightest logos from around the world.
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.
Instant grocery delivery platform JOKR unveils their new brand to help consumers embrace living in the moment.
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.
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.
Today (September 10) is the deadline for the ONE School free portfolio program. In its first iteration, the school graduated 84 Black Creatives. Women make up 65% of graduates in the program with an 80% hire rate at top agencies and brands.
VSA Partners has led the brand transformation of AMRI to Curia, emphasizing the firm’s ability to take drug development “from curiosity to cure.”
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.
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.
The Cleveland Indians are no more. Cleveland’s major league ball club declared a name change from the Indians to the Guardians, unveiling a new logo and campaign video voiced by Tom Hanks and soundtracked by The Black Keys.
San Juan Bautista-based creative agency Schipper Design has announced a company rebrand and name change to Waltz Creative.
Chermayeff & Geismer & Haviv have designed a logo for the Truveta platform, founded by a group of major healthcare systems to provide more than 15% of clinical care in the US.