Velveeta recently announced its refreshed logo that will be seen on products starting in 2022. It is designed by Jones Knowles Ritchie and accompanies a “La Dolce Velveeta” campaign.
The Turner Duckworth design agency recently partnered with The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) to create a new visual identity for the non-profit organization.
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.
LogoLounge.com is currently accepting submissions for LogoLounge Book 13, which will feature 3,000 of the best and brightest logos from around the world.
Pearlfisher uses multiple exposures and motion blur to visualize the human impacts of the electro-muscle stimulation technology.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Landor & Fitch designed the XX New York campaign to support a volunteer fundraiser for the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund – also known as Answer the Call.
Affinity Creative Group designed and developed a new digital style and website for Cycles Gladiator Wine. The branding is Inspired by the concept of women’s empowerment.
Chermayeff & Geismer & Haviv have designed a logo for the Truveta platform, founded by a group of major healthcare systems to provide more than 15% of clinical care in the US.
LA’s new tourism logo is a collaboration between Shepard Fairey‘s Studio Number One and design studio/font creator House Industries. The logo is intended to exude sunny optimism and a hint of street cool, with a gradient that says sunsets and diversity.
Creative Studio Grand Jeté explains the use of hidden symbolism, the process behind the logo’s creation, and how the ‘Call Mom’ founders Marc Rose and Med Abrous are represented in its iconography.
Pentagram redesigns the visual identity for The National Women’s History Museum, the largest online cultural institution dedicated to the women who have transformed American history.
Created in partnership with Champions Design, Carnegie Hall’s updated visual identity includes a new logo and monogram inspired by architectural details of the 130-year-old landmark building.
Public Label has created new branding work for the Sturgis Motocycle Rally, the largest motorcycle rally in the world. The new look and feel represents the future of the Rally – appealing to Gen Y and Z who are driving modern motorcycle culture while immortalizing its heritage.
Oscar Mayer has unwrapped a new look, packaging and creative platform built to unite the extensive portfolio of products and bring the brand into the modern era. The Weinermobile survives!
Wknd Nation asked creative agency ROOK/NYC to create a brand and packaging that did not feel too high-polished or pristine – aspirational, but still relatable and real.
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.
Stitzlein Studio has created a new name, identity and brand story for the organization that delivers Head Start services in the San Francisco Bay Area to help rally their staff, teachers and families, and raise awareness among potential donors.
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.
New MTN DEW RISE ENERGY will launch with a bold visual identity created by PepsiCo’s in-house design team. A lion logo and LeBron James are in the mix.
Creative agency Okaybro has done a complete rebrand of Govapalooza, an annual conference focused on innovation in local government.
ThoughtMatter creates a new identity for Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity that is rooted in America’s long tradition of social and protest movements.
MullenLowe has created FUSE Group’s new name and brand identity, with the aim of expanding the group’s reputation for bold, smart building.
Along with an entirely new web design, the White House has a new logo by creative agency Wide Eye in collaboration with White House creative director Carahna Magwood and illustrator John Mata.
With the help of strategic design firm Team, Pfizer has introduced a new logo, dropping its traditional blue-pill symbol in favor of a double helix DNA spiral that is said to represent a new focus on ‘breakthrough science.’
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.
Creative company Elevation worked closely with Nickelodeon to develop branding for the ‘NFL on NickPlay,’ which aims to attract a younger generation to discover the excitement of the NFL in a fun and educational way.