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.
In response to a post-COVID era, HUSH taps HBO Max’s sea of digital content for an AT&T in-store and virtual experience.
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.
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.
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.
Turner Duckworth has crafted a new visual identity system for Maker’s Mark bourbon that builds off the famous red wax dip that tops the bottle.
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.
Global design consultancy frog is opening a new studio in Austin TX with an agile layout that accommodates a growing workforce, a renewed emphasis on collaboration, and the shifting needs of a post pandemic world.
Industry veteran and former Under Armour creative lead Jed Jecelin lands in the role of executive creative director at Baltimore agency Planit.
Landor & Fitch has appointed Matthew McNerney as Creative Director, Experience for the New York studio.
nate launches an effortless marketing campaign to demonstrate its universal pay later solution to online shopping.
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.
The NFL San Francisco 49ers celebrate their 75th anniversary with a commemorative logo and patch by Art Director Aaron Llavore and his inhouse creative team.
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.