In response to Donald Trump’s inauguration, Shepard Fairey has designed a series of posters featuring groups that are perceived as marginalized.
Graphic Design USA has just published its 2016 People To Watch special feature. Looking back over more than five decades, here are as many of our Past People To Watch as we can find in our sometimes uneven records. As you peruse the list, you will find several undisputed historical giants including Saul Bass, Ivan Chermayeff, Lou Dorfsman, Milton Glaser, George Lois, Massimo […]
GDUSA starts each year since the 1960s by spotlighting a talented and newsworthy group of professionals who embody the spirit of the creative community.
GDUSA’s 2015 roster of People to Watch, our annual roundup of newsworthy designers that dates back to the ’60s.
The design team at Brown-Forman developed an eye-catching holiday gift box for recently introduced Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire brand, with the help of Textile Printing Company and Neenah Folding Board.
Every year for a half century GDUSA has used the first magazine of the year to spotlight People To Watch. The issue will be published early in February. Meanwhile, here’s a preview of sayings to live by from a dozen of our 2017 honorees.
By Diana Mosher, Content Director, HOW Design Live What do Pentagram Partner Natasha Jen, 40 Days of Dating co-author Timothy Goodman, AIGA Gold Medalist Brian Collins and PepsiCo SVP and Chief Design Officer Mauro Porcini all have in common? Pictured: Natasha Jen, Timothy Goodman, Brian Collins and Mauro Porcini They’ll be delivering keynotes at HOW […]
Michael Courtney on designing a physical symbol for the University of Washington and using social media to help measure the success of this, or any, design project.
Dale Carnegie, the long-lived self-improvement and skills training company, gets a new logo and look via Carbone Smolan Agency.
Package design for a box of dreams (actually three bottles of Dreaming Tree Wines) raised several challenges that were solved with some smart engineering, graphics, and SILKTOUCH from the Neenah® Box Wrap Collection.
The Creative Group Salary Guide 2017 features the latest hiring trends and data on what your design skills are really worth.
Graphic designer Gina Peterson created her first custom wedding invitation 6 years ago and, today, with the help of Carlson Craft custom print services, she has a thriving custom invitation business.
The Partners New York create a new brand identity for The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra as it seeks to reach out to the community.
Duffy design firm discusses some of its favorite public service projects including Meals On Wheels and Susan G. Komen for the cure.
Designers now embrace the notion of responsibility writ large, designing for good and for positive social change.
The Central Park Conservancy is a private nonprofit organization that manages Central Park, one of the most beloved and visited urban parks in the world.
Lisa Cain Design specializes in print and interactive media for a variety of healthcare, wellness, scientific and research organizations.
Pandora, the music streaming service, has released a new san serif logo and wordmark, and has added multi-styled, music-inspired variations that seek to visual the sound of music.
Hornall Anderson’s VP of Creative, Rahmin Eslami, shares his thoughts on the challenges of working at the intersection between art and commerce.
New York-based creative agency JWALK focused on shelf presence in its branding and design for Viva XXXII Tequila.
According to Donna Domeyer of The Creative Group, reverse mentoring can shake up the status quo, jump-start innovation and make the most of an organization’s emerging new talent.
MAKE is a full length documentary that probes the motivation of creativity. In it, graphic designer Aaron Draplin says: “If no one ever looked, I’d still be making cool shit with my buddies. You know what I mean?”
Base Design is responsible for the new look and feel of Terminal 4 at the John F. Kennedy Airport in NYC. It’s intended to take much of the stress out of the pre-flight experience. The project includes a custom typeface that features the number “4” as a symbol and foundation of the identity.