Equator has appointed Chris Ertel as Strategy Director. He brings extensive experience in developing brands in both retail and CPG sectors to the role, and is known for championing the consumer mindset.
Creative agency Two Things has created a campaign that employs non-traditional media and partnerships with local businesses to remind surging Sun Valley tourists not to be rude, disrespectful or aggressive.
The 2022 showcase stands among our largest ever and against the backdrop of accelerating packaging industry growth. More than 330 winning projects and campaigns from talented design firms, agencies, inhouse departments and more.
Seventh Generation has unveiled the biggest brand evolution in its 30+ year history including a new logo incorporating seven overlapping leaves and a molecular-inspired packaging visual identity.
Design Museum Week will feature five days of virtual and in-person programs in cities nationwide from April 25-29. The organizer is Design Museum Everywhere; workshops, presentations and lightning talks are included.
Launch Innovation recently completed a branding and design project for client, Orgain, a nutritional supplement company. Packaging and labeling sends a clean and healthy message.
Equator Design has appointed Adam Sears as VP of Client Service (UK/IE/AUS). Sears is prepared to build strong relationships across key clients, driving growth initiatives and service innovation.
Capital B, a Black-focused news organization, draws its design from legacy Black publications like Ebony and ’90s music albums, among others. Matter Unlimited is the creative firm behind the look.
Craig Daily, VP and Creative Director of Platinum Creative at Full Sail University, answers our questions about rebranding one of the University’s most well-known experiences – the annual Hall of Fame week.
Dr. Wilkinson’s Backyard Resort & Mineral Springs has a new identity by CONTINO that transforms the venerable resort into a vision of the future of the hospitality industry.
NBC’s logo for Super Bowl LVI has fans noticing that the bright red trees look a lot like dripping blood, not the shadow of palm trees in the sunset as intended.
Chase Design Group helps Carnation Breakfast Essentials introduce its improved recipe and modern new look with strong taste appeal and nutritional credibility.
To reflect both OpenWeb’s evolution and its mission to fuel relationships between publishers, audiences, and advertisers through healthy online conversation, COLLINS was invited to drive not just a rebranding, but a full-on reimagination of the brand.
Lexus has announced that all its future models will sport simple lettering that reads ‘Lexus’ on the back of its vehicles instead of its famous logo.
How can a new brewing company stand out from the crowd? A fresh typographic approach from Pentagram partner Dominic Lippa.
Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has revealed a flat, less colorful version of its longstanding Iron Mark logo. The logo redesign is part of a trend that has seen multiple car brands switch from 3D to flat designs for their logos.
League One Volleyball (LOVB) serves up a brand meant to encapsulate the grace and grit of its athletes. The creative was led by Patrick Cox, LOVB Creative Director and designer of the 2012 Olympic logo, and league CEO Katlyn Gao.
The Many has welcomed ten new designers to its design studio. The expansion allows the agency to enhance its existing capabilities from social and digital content to brand identity while expanding its design services to include packaging, UX/UI, key art, illustration, and animation.
ROOK/NYC created a brand identity and packaging design refresh that simplifies and amplifies the message that Live Clean is about natural and plant-based ingredients.
A collaboration between studios Public Address and Works Collective, FIFA’s identity for Women’s World Cup 2023 sees local artists come together to create an identity that celebrates the heritage and culture of the host nations.
Our annual Responsible Designers To Watch story — aka “designing for good” — recognizes that creative professionals are taking control and ownership of how, why, where and for whom they work.