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.
Little Big Brands has collaborated with Halo to rebrand its Holistic pet food line as well as to introduce Elevate that is positioned as nutritious, clean and premium. To own the shelf, Halo and LBB doubled down on purple.
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.
Equator has appointed Graeme Williams as Creative Director. He has more than 20 years experience in brand and retail strategy, visual storytelling, art direction and packaging creation.
Cutwater’s campaign celebrates boaters from all backgrounds in an open invitation to explore life in, on, and under water. It includes an original content library anchored by a brand anthem film and stories of passionate boaters turned brand ambassadors.
Rizco’s new brand highlights their marketing evolution from a graphic design firm to a full-service marketing agency positioned for greater growth.
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.
Kevin Hall Design recently completed an identity program for the City of Milford’s Senior Center in Connecticut.
Sibling Rivalry conceptualized and designed the logo, trailer, screen passes, and animated elements for Turner Classic Movies 13th annual Classic Film Festival. The “C” is a nod to the iconic film reel that made up the TCM Film Festival logo in the past.
Pearlfisher has partnered with Compound Foods in their mission to brew a new beanless coffee that is eco-friendly and lab-grown. The branding focuses on the emotional and inviting appeal of coffee rather than the product’s scientific or futuristic nature.
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.
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.
Brooklyn Brewery has launched its global design refresh by Robot Food. Building carefully and respectfully on a logo created by design legend Milton Glaser, the design firm notes that “It’s all too easy to f*** up an icon.”
Raventós Codorníu engaged Affinity Creative Group for an eyebrow-raising and differentiating branding for their latest California grown wine. The solution: a play on the double meaning of dirt.
As a former AIGA national board member and co-author of The Living Principles for Design, Phil Hamlett discusses how designers must stretch and grow as design breaks free from print and even screens.
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.
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.
Baskin-Robbins’ new logo and identity system were designed by experience agency ChangeUp to celebrate the heritage but modernize the brand. Leaning into the long time use of circus imagery, the look is meant to be fun and bold.
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.
For the opening titles of the period tv series 1883 set in the Wild West, Elastic produced a series title that draws inspiration from tintype photography and its development process. 1883 is a prequel to the popular Yellowstone.
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.
Jones Soda releases a new collection of augmented reality (AR) labels that turn into short action videos of daredevil athletes, edgy artists and other masters of their preferred crafts. This marks the brand’s third AR series.
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) unveils a brand identity ahead of reopening the La Jolla flagship in April. Happening Studios, the creative agency, describes the system as fluid.