Andy Ruiz has rejoined Jovenville as their new creative director.
Weiden+Kennedy and the Coca-Cola brand have introduced Real Magic, the first new global platform for the beverage giant since 2016, and reveal the ‘Hug,’ a new perspective on the iconic logo.
Graziani’s graphic research into the fictional world results in an extensive visual encyclopedia of fictional icons inspired by novels, graphic novels, books, comics, film archives, dramas, and a host of other media.
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Amazon joins the Diversify by Design (DxD) coalition to help launch Design=, a collaborative initiative to increase access to design for historically excluded youth.
Crif Dogs hot dog shop’s brand redesign by Design Bridge New York incorporates true New York style and flair into a longstanding Manhattan icon.
The San Francisco 49ers are engaged in a campaign to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The celebration includes Latinx fan feature videos, new Spotify playlists with Bay Area Latinx artists – and artwork by a 49ers employee Emilio Cortez from outside the team’s inhouse creative team.
A logo designed by Alessandro/Weber Design 17 years ago for a minor league hockey team is having a second life as a pop icon logo due to a Netflix released documentary and a hockey jersey worn by Drake.
Design studio Order recreates the brand identity for the revival of Brooklyn’s Gage & Tollner, an historic 19th century oyster and chop house on famed Fulton Street.
VSA Partners has led the brand transformation of AMRI, a leading contract drug manufacturing organization, emphasizing its ability to take drug development “from curiosity to cure.”
Convenience store chain Kum & Go is revealing its new brand identity and communication campaign to add a new, creatively-driven dimension to the on-the-go category.
Canopyright’s new brand, identity and logo by Seattle’s Okaybro communicate a more transparent, equitable – and trustworthy – cannabis industry that incentivizes and rewards breeders.
Emily Zugay’s makeshift logos can be seen as the profile pictures of many of the brands’ official TikTok accounts. When Emily jokingly shared attempts at redesigning iconic logos, it racked up millions of views, and caught the attention of some of the US largest companies.
For small business focused NEXT Insurance, COLLINS has developed a playful, hand-drawn style that captures the sincerity, positivity, and the gritty can-do ethos of entrepreneurs. Past periods of stress for small businesses is the inspiration.
Little Big Brands partners with legacy brand Ajax on package design of a new European Union product that is targeted to Millennials and GenZ-ers.
Among the winners of the 22nd Cooper Hewitt National Design Awards: graphic designer and DEI advocate Cheryl Miller (design visionary) and motion design studio Imaginary Forces (communications design). First Lady Jill Biden is this year’s Honorary Patron.
Mezzetta partnered with Affinity Creative Group to completely reimagine and rebuild their existing website while staying true to the brand’s time-honored tradition and family-oriented aesthetic.
Big Data, Big Design provides designers with the tools they need to harness the potential of machine learning and put it to good use through thoughtful, human-centered, intentional design.
LIFEWTR’s West Coast bottled water collection features artwork from diverse artists and illustrators across Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and Washington State.
Under the AIGA umbrella and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives will share their culture, contributions, and best practices to move design forward.
Absolut Vodka unveils its biggest design update since its launch in 1979. Paying homage to its credentials of provenance, heritage and authenticity, the iconic bottle’s redesign is committed to showing that Absolut Vodka is still as original as when it began.
On the 20th anniversary, Wunderman Thompson creates a campaign that aims to rekindle the spirit of togetherness and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy of September 11.
Today (September 10) is the deadline for the ONE School free portfolio program. In its first iteration, the school graduated 84 Black Creatives. Women make up 65% of graduates in the program with an 80% hire rate at top agencies and brands.
Pearlfisher uses multiple exposures and motion blur to visualize the human impacts of the electro-muscle stimulation technology.