Album cover design by The Collected Works reveals patterns in the music
Siegel+Gale has created a visual identity for online cosmetics retailer Birchbox that appeas to “The Beauty Majority” where beauty is fun rather than an obsession.
Mohawk has released A Maker’s Field Guide to Envelopes, the latest in a series of guides designed to inspire and educate designers, their clients and printers.
Project M Plus designed the label for Atlantico rum, made in the Dominican Republic, elevating the brand by capitalizing on the clients’ love of the Caribbean
Trend cycles that used to run in 30-year chunks are now cycling through at half that rate, if not less.
Courtney Hurst-Windham is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design in the School of Industrial + Graphic Design at Auburn University.
Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum announces National Design Award honorees in 11 categories of various disciplines including Communications Award winner Jennifer Morla.
In June, the U.S. Postal Service will release first-of-a-kind stamps with the look and feel of actual balls used in eight popular sports.
Boutique design agency ButterflyCannon was inspired by the colors and crafts of Madeira in its package design for Glenmorangie Bacalta, a private edition whiskey aged in Madeiran casks.
Graphic design firm Wink has developed the packaging for a new fall scent from candle and gift fragrance studio Thyme.
Landor Australia reinforces the Australian Open’s reputation for fun and innovation with a new identity.
Type in a hashtag and, courtesy of Rule29, see the predominant colors of the latest Instagram posts associated with that hashtag.
Top 15 Logo Trends for 2016 via LogoLounge, a unique site that explores logo and identity design. Simplicity is king, typography is austere, and the circle is central as screens become smaller and more dominant.
Uber, the ride-sharing service, has been rebranded by its inhouse team. The effort is ambitious, the response mixed at best.
SFMOMA has repositioned its brand to reflect the expansion of its physical plant and to express an more open and welcoming attitude.
Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center in Seattle welcomes over 400,000 guests each year. However, the 30-year-old wayfinding system at WSCC struggled to greet, guide and direct these guests. Built in a challenging urban location, the success of the original building led to three expansions, spreading across several city blocks and creating the largest meeting and event facility […]