Walmart is out with a complete rebrand of its intimates and sleepwear private brand, in collaboration with Mrs&Mr, which has renamed, repositioned and redesigned the retail giant’s 23-year-old Secret Treasures.
The fifth annual Women’s Print HERstory Month returns in March to inspire the “fierce, fabulous females of print.” Girls Who Print is seeking to mobilize women of the industry around the event.
Ten years ago, as part of GDUSA’s 50th anniversary celebration, we asked readers to name the best logos of the modern era. The listing was enormously popular at the time, then faded into oblivion. Well… it’s back! And there’s more.
Prophet has developed a destination brand and campaign for Abu Dhabi that positions the country as open and progressive, unique and wlecoming, and infused with a deep heritage and culture. The campaign appears in the Gulf countries, UK, France and the US.
Online grocer Misfits Market looks to continue the brand’s mission of breaking the cycle of food waste with a new private label brand, Odds & Ends.
To mark the milestone of its 40th year, VSA sought to do something different from the typical approach. The firm created a video series exploring the power of human-centered design in all forms.
A new identity for women’s healthcare network Tia reflects a more mature visual and verbal identity with the goal of setting a welcoming tone, and underscoring clinical competence and credibility.
Chermayeff + Geismar + Haviv has developed the logo for Warner Bros. Discovery’s global centennial campaign, Celebrating Every Story, ahead of the studio’s 100th anniversary this coming April.
Nail Communications develops a club identity for Rhode Island’s new professional men’s soccer team. Each element of the Rhode Island FC design was crafted with the state’s character and history in mind, seeking a mix of heritage and new energy.
Pantone Color of the Year is Viva Magenta, a nuanced crimson red tone that presents a balance between warm and cool, a hybrid color said to commfortably straddle the physical and virtual, a carmine red “capable of driving design to create a more positive future.”
Bon Appétit magazine has been redesigned. Behind the identity is design studio MCKL and Creative Director Arsh Raziuddin, who came together to bring elegance to the brand and provide a platform for expanded culture-focused content.
Turner Duckworth partners with Newman’s Own, the food and beverage company that gives away 100% of its profits, to refresh and create a new visual identity that is intended to reintroduce brand and mission to a new generation.
RISD has introduced a brand identity created by Gretel which incorporates a family of typefaces custom-designed by alumnus Ryan Bugden and a redrawing of the institution’s seven decade old seal, which also continues as the school’s logo.
Pentagram revitalized Shakespeare Theatre Company’s identity, expressing its contemporary spin on Shakespeare’s classic plays.
The Bronx Museum has launched a new brand identity, with the aim of strengthening its presence in the community and highlighting its programming to the wider city of New York.
Fairfield CT-based award-winning creative agency Haddad & Partners planned its Halloween party around a local blood drive.
Canadian agency Hulse & Durrell has helped redesign the overarching Olympic branding, as part of the IOC’s ongoing process to evolve the design system and bring the legacy of the Games into the modern era.
JDO has created a modern identity for L’ACTIF, using a sense of movement to establish the brand as a high-performing, fashion-forward player in the growing athleisure – a streetwear and active wear hyrbid – industry.
To signal the company’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of the steel industry, Blacksmith Materials has rebranded as Alterna. Ad agency Common Good developed the name, logo, and identity.
Dilworth Coffee commissioned The Republik to create a series of eye-catching Point of Sale material to reinforce the idea that Dilworth is the good coffee you need to get.
Samsung rebrands its free global streaming service, Samsung TV Plus, in collaboration with designers DixonBaxi. With bold use of color and animation, the rebrand is rolling out across 24 countries and 465 million Samsung devices.
Mucca’s rebrand for The Hermitage Hotel inaugurates a new era for the landmark. Pairing a custom typeface with a bold yellow, the new identity promises a playful luxury experience while celebrating the hotel’s suffragette history.
The CityCenterDC campaign from Design Army celebrates self-expression in the most fun, whimsical way ever. The witty campaign spotlights capital city’s fashion-forward, chic side, and its biggest shopping and dining district.
The Museum of Fine Arts’ new identity by Base Design looks to communicate inclusion and community, and to tie the institution firmly to its Boston home. Base also devised the slogan ‘Here All Belong.’
JDO’s rebrand of BodyMark provides a distinct, yet flexible canvas that will help the BIC brand inspire young creatives to express themselves “without limits”. Photography features a diverse range of tattooed arms.
COLLINS has reimagined the Girl Scouts of the USA, featuring a fresh take on their iconic Trefoil logo, a refreshed site design, and a brand system that implements a common language across all organization and council communications.