Neenah introduces their Environment Mailer, a premium unboxing experience for non-fragile soft goods and garments. It is described as “sustainable yet durable” compared to traditional mailers.
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.
Brand decision makers and designers alike are all working towards a common goal — create memorable moments to drive brand loyalty.
Our 58th annual showcase – sponsored by Verso Corporation – presents 700+ projects that reflect the many ways in which graphic design and visual communication shapes commerce and culture.
Global design studio Mucho launched a new brand identity for VISA. Aiming to shift perceptions of the company as all about credit cards, the designers position the brand as “infrastructure that moves a payment from point A to point B.”
Amber Ruffin will give the keynote address at the 11th edition of the One Club’s Where Are All The Black People (WAATBP) diversity conference and career fair, taking place virtually September 29-30.
Proactively designed by Joe Rosza of Site 14 with expansion in mind, Shale Brewing Company has a new logo that is modern but retains the brand’s signature orange color.
Our 57th anniversary winners’ showcase, the 2020 GDUSA Design Annual reflects the increasingly expansive ways in which graphic design shapes business and society.
GDUSA’s 2020 American Inhouse Design Awards is the original and premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse creative professionals.
Shutterstock has launched its eighth annual Oscar Pop! poster series to celebrate the best picture nominees in the 92nd Academy Awards.
C&G Partners designed the Hunt for Bin Laden exhibit at the September 11 National Museum; it unfolds as a (horrific) crime story.
The Atlantic has unveiled the cover for its December 2019 issue signaling the magazine’s first substantial redesign since 2008. Most notable: the name is now a simple “A”.