Legendary graphic designer George Tscherny passed away in mid-November at the age of 99. Here is a poignant remembrance of ‘Mr. Tscherny’ from graphic designer turned accomplished fine artist Linda Stillman.
Ford and Sydney Sweeney, in collaboration with Dickies, launch a new workwear line. Wieden+Kennedy New York was responsible for the idea and created all the elements of the campaign.
CENTERED, edited by design educator Kaleena Sales, uses essays, interviews and images to present an inclusive, contemporary, and global look at design diversity, past and present.
A new project for Layers by branding studio People People leans into the nostalgia and carefree feeling of summer camp with a whimsical suite of illustrations inspired by lakeside activities.
Moody Nolan has a new visual identity, marking a new era for the country’s largest African American-owned architecture firm.
&Walsh dives into the new and exciting world of biotech as it designs a visual language for Geltor, a company that produces animal-free proteins for beauty products and nutrition.
Award-winning and woman-owned Odgis + Co has renamed and rebranded Deriva Energy. The logomark is intended to represent both solar and wind energy.
Designing To Combat Poverty AZURA is a nonprofit that provides a myriad of solutions that impact poverty from veteran services to childhood literacy to foster care. David Langton Creative developed the name and brand strategy from the words Arizona + Future, combining key letters from each. Langton notes that “we also leveraged the concept of […]
New research from fashion experts Boohoo by Kourtney Kardashian reveals the most Googled Halloween costumes in each state. Barbie tops the list of pop culture-inspired costumes this year.
Designed by art director Ethel Kessler for the United States Postal Service, the Forever stamp commemorates Ruth Bader Ginsburg as an American cultural icon and passionate proponent of equal justice.
The Archer School for Girls has reintroduced itself with a brand identity developed in partnership with global design agency Design Bridge and Partners. The identity combines the classical and modern.
Sunday Afternoon, a women and BIPOC-owned creative company, is publishing CANAL, a print and digital broadsheet that celebrates their home neighborhood of Canal Street in Manhattan.
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has honored the winners of the 2023 National Design Awards, recognizing design innovation and impact in 10 categories. Now in their 24th year, the program brings national recognition to the ways in which design enriches everyday life.
This is the 60th anniversary edition of GDUSA’s American Inhouse Design Awards™, the original and premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers and their departments. Robert Half is the exclusive sponsor.
Hybrid Design partnered with Specialized Bikes to imagine how its Globe brand comes to life, leveraging a custom logo as the base for the brand system and extending the light hearted and practical brand across mediums.
Creative agency Humanaut was tapped to create the first national out-of-home campaign for The League, a premium dating app that is the newest addition to the Match Group portfolio. Placements are anything but subtle.
Mother Design has helped rebrand Amica, the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the US. The work draws inspiration from Amica’s creative platform, “Empathy is our best policy.” It also features an unusual teal-centric palette.
Rise Dispensaries, a rapidly growing cannabis retail chain, has unveiled its refreshed brand identity. The design refresh was completed in partnership with global design firm Turner Duckworth and the Brand Bureau creative agency.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation has partnered with design and advertising agency, Extra Credit Projects (ECP) to promote 50 years since Gerald Ford took office as the Vice President. Rob Jackson is agency Executive Creative Director.
In partnership with The 3% Movement, The One Club has opened the call for entries for Next Creative Leaders 2023, a free global competition recognizing women and non-binary creatives on the rise.
Chase Design Group has developed an artful new look for Häagen Dazs shops intended to reflect a “Thät’s Dazs” personality. The project included creating the entire look and feel, as well as an entire visual identity system, for the brand.
The Working Assembly executes a visual refresh and creative campaign for singles dating app Stir, projecting a sense of levity and playfulness and flirtation. Outdoor posters and a refreshed interface are key to the launch.
When Blendco Systems introduced an innovative car care product, they turned to brand design agency Xhilarate to create a visual identity and branding system that underscored the concept of protection.
Brand and digital studio Koto unveils a refreshed brand identity for Glassdoor. It coincides with the launch of a new mobile app and web experience, and positions the company as a community for real workplace conversations.
BLVR’s new brand positioning and identity pays homage to Belmont Park’s heritage and the vibrant culture of San Diego, radiating the warmth of the sun, an iconic roller coaster, and a sense of adventure.
Elon Musk replaced the company’s blue bird silhouette with X, a term for what he has described as an “everything app.” Is it a branding disaster or a strong signal that change is coming? Needless to say, opinions vary.