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.
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.
A list of our favorite institutions that prepare students to work in professional graphic design, based on a mix of objective and subjective factors, including our own decades long relationships. The list is alphabetical and the reach is national.
Bonterra, a merger of four technology companies who support organizations that do social good, has an overarching brand developed by Lippincott. The logo is inspired by the woven qualities of a quilt to suggest interconnectedness.
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.
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.
The world’s first permanent NFT art museum has opened in Seattle, aiming to “pull back the curtain” on blockchain-based digital art.
Kevin Hall Design recently completed an identity program for the City of Milford’s Senior Center in Connecticut.
Unilever will no longer be marketing its substantial portfolio of food and beverage brands to children. Citing new global principles for responsible marketing, the conglomerate has decided to raise the age limit from 13 to 16.
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.
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.
College students from all over the US created public service announcements about why monetary donations are the best way to help communities after international disasters.
Talia Cotton is a designer and coder at Pentagram, and a 2018 GDUSA Student to Watch. Her logo for GBA, a new arts organization, is infinitely generative, computer-generated but human-driven and, thus, the inherent design bias is reduced or removed.
Mars Wrigley approached Elmwood to rebrand Extra, creating a new brand expression to unify global markets, appeal to younger consumers, and transform it into a lifestyle brand that shifts from hygiene to flavor.
Cuidem Barcelona is a new brand for Barcelona’s maintenance and cleaning service created by the agency Folch. The branding appeals to concepts including inclusiveness, empathy and citizen responsibility for a greener city.
Rule29 has put together a campaign to raise money and awareness for Ukraine. This includes a website with multiple resources and, perhaps most important, a limited edition poster with funds going to help Ukrainian refugees.
Water brand evian has launched its first-ever NFT, making its move into the emerging digital art space. For the launch, 20 NFT artworks were done in collaboration with artist Sara Shakeel.
Independent Nantucket ad agency SAND has created a Stickers For Peace campaign that raises funds for Ukranian refugees. Founder and Creative Director Grant Sanders prints the most popular sticker at the end of each month.
After over 35 years, Second Harvest has a new logo and branding by Planet Propaganda. The goal is to stand out in the modern food support landscape, promoting fresh foods, accessibility and optimism.
Wolff Olins has launched a new brand for DailyPay, which integrates with company payroll systems to enable real-time access to earnings, enabling workers to access pay on demand.
72andSunny has partnered with PERIOD. and other non-profits to raise awareness around period poverty. The design team highlights fact that sanitary products are not eligible for SNAP with a ‘loophole’ that delivers tampons with cereal.