As we head into 2022, GDUSA looks back on a year of high-profile rebrands, new office and experiential space openings, and a proliferation of flat logos. Here are our top design news stories of 2021.
How can a new brewing company stand out from the crowd? A fresh typographic approach from Pentagram partner Dominic Lippa.
The Turner Duckworth design agency recently partnered with The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) to create a new visual identity for the non-profit organization.
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.
Monotype type trend report examines the movements shaping the creative community, informing branding, and driving design today and into the future.
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.
Independent agency St. John led the charge in concepting, designing and executive all aspects of Wonderbird, a new fast food chicken concept that seeks to close the gap between convenience and quality.
One of London’s most popular fast-casual diners has launched an all-new identity that keeps its iconic visual tone but with an NY twist.
O Street helps Denver Distillery reflect the value of handcrafting in their brand with a new logo, typeface, illustrations and a teardrop logo.
Today’s desire for healthier alternatives and adventurous flavors led to the creation of Marie’s first sub-brand with naming and design by Chase Design Group.
The SUNY College of Optometry recently completed a strategic planning exercise and turned to Trillion for help in share its plan for the future.
Discovery came to Roger looking to redesign their global brand, beginning with a new logo system, and extending out to a new identity that would cross platforms and reach over 220 countries.
Jan Tschichold and the New Typography: Graphic Design Between the World Wars is a Bard Graduate Center Focus Project on view now through July 7.
On July 18, Dr. Gerard Unger will receive the TDC Medal, first awarded to Hermann Zapf back in 1967.
Willoughby Design explores analog and digital type with the help of six iconic type designers, and the textures and colors of several Neenah CLASSIC brands. “Nothing makes a designer happier than type on paper,” says Ann Willoughby.
Hoefler & Co. has a new subscription, App.typography, that makes it easier to use its fonts in digital publishing.