GDUSA’s American Inhouse Design Awards™ is the original and premier showcase for inhouse creative excellence at corporations, non-profits and institutions. Entry deadline: June 25.
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.
Pearlfisher designs a symbolic whale tail bottle and brand identity for launch of sustainable and ocean-inspired family wellbeing brand, Love Ocean.
Scottish artist Craig Black has created ‘The Fusion Series – Footballs’. It’s an art installation of unique and collectable pieces.
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.
The National Gallery of Art has reopened with a reimagined and reengerized brand led by gallery director Kaywin Feldman and staff with help from Michael Gericke and Pentagram.
Gregg Lipman of CBX on why design is a process and a craft, not a software-driven deliverable, and is best left to design professionals.
Package design and related disciplines are increasingly the difference makers in communicating the message, advancing the brand, and influencing the purchasing decision.
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.
How do you redesign one of the most recognizable examples of package design in the world without compromising its distinctness? In the case of Coca-Cola, it seems the answer is: move the logo up a bit.
A list of 50 of our favorite institutions that prepare students to work in professional graphic design, factoring in decades long relationships with designers, students, recruiters, educators.
Betr is a new DTC brand providing over the counter medications with a give-back model. With a “ruthlessly simple” brand identity from Jones Knowles Ritchie, Betr hopes to disrupt the $35 billion OTC category.
Chase Design Group helped position plant-based brand Follow Your Heart as a leader in the multi-billion-dollar plant-based industry with a new identity.
Rebranding Hulu, brand consultancy DixonBaxi simplifies and unifies the entertainment platform’s identity, in conjunction with Hulu inhouse agency Greenhouse.
Creative agency Okaybro has done a complete rebrand of Govapalooza, an annual conference focused on innovation in local government.
Loyalkaspar has streamlined the brand identity for new streaming service Paramount+, paving the way for a Hollywood icon to enter the digital ecosystem.
Yumi has launched a new brand campaign which furthers its mission of redefining baby food. The campaign is lead by Thomas Mastorakos, who has served as creative director for Frank Ocean.
Match.com has a complete brand relaunch led by COLLINS. With its new creative direction and approach, the 25 year old online dating giant is encouraging what it hopes will be a more powerful conversation about intimacy and love.
MullenLowe has created FUSE Group’s new name and brand identity, with the aim of expanding the group’s reputation for bold, smart building.
Our 2021 / 58th anniversary GDUSA People To Watch spotlight on designers who embody the spirit of the creative community.
COLLINS launches a new vision for the 108-year-old San Francisco Symphony that seeks to redefine classical music for modern audiences. Responsive and variable fonts are a key element.
A new brand identity for ’90s beer icon, Miller Genuine Draft, developed by creative agency BrandOpus, embraces a more authentic ‘nothing-to-hide’ aesthetic with bolder colors, simpler type, and more distinctive eagle and sun icons.
Our 57th anniversary winners’ showcase, the 2020 GDUSA Design Annual reflects the increasingly expansive ways in which graphic design shapes business and society.
Extension to December 31 for a free demo and deep discounts on FunctionFox Systems’ industry leading time tracking and project management software for creative professionals.
The Loire Valley region wine category is awash with old-fashioned brand and packaging identities; brand owner Fourth Wave approached Denomination to disrupt things with more attitude and less chateaux.
PepsiCo has refreshed the 2 Liter bottle design across the entire portfolio. The company says that the decision reflects design-led thinking and best practices centered on an improved consumer experience.