Lewis Communications gives beer a hairy personality.
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’s 2015 roster of People to Watch, our annual roundup of newsworthy designers that dates back to the ’60s.
Meetup has overhauled its image and apps because “everything has to be blown up once in a while.” Design credits to Sagmeister & Walsh in collaboration with Meetup design director Jen Gergen.
Haberman is a creative engagement agency with a clearly defined mission: to tell the stories of pioneers who are making a difference in the world.
Lisa Cain Design specializes in print and interactive media for a variety of healthcare, wellness, scientific and research organizations.
MANY is a communication design studio based in New York and we prioritize projects that have the potential to positively impact or contribute to the common good.
Hornall Anderson’s VP of Creative, Rahmin Eslami, shares his thoughts on the challenges of working at the intersection between art and commerce.
The results of our 30th annual stock visuals reader survey shows that stock images and elements have become a vital creative resource for graphic designers.
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.
Adrián Enrique Novello of Lion Agency speaks to the challenge of branding for the LGBT market in a way that reflects values, services and feelings. Being merely “LGBT Friendly”, he says, is no longer enough.
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.
Lee Coomber of Lippincott contends that as cross cultural symbolism starts to usurp written language, an interesting symbol based language has emerged.
San Francisco’s Hybrid Design created a democratic (small “d”) event for Levi’s 501 Jeans and utilized the assets for a related WE ARE 501 campaign.
Visual Connections returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City on October 27. Stock agencies, artist reps and production companies are among the exhibitors.
Type in a hashtag and, courtesy of Rule29, see the predominant colors of the latest Instagram posts associated with that hashtag.
Kids II relaunches its signature brands with a collaboration between Joe Duffy and the inhouse creative design team led by Adam Bain.
Dealing with difficult clients is a big challenge creative teams face. To help, The Creative Group asked marketing executives to share the strangest request along with tips for managing awkward or impossible demands.
The Sappi Ideas That Matter grant program, which funds design for positive social causes, is still open for applications through July 15.
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.
Publisher Gordon Kaye is worried about the lack of shared experiences in our fragmented media world, and what it means to a society.
Orange is the new Mother Jones, part of a 40th anniversary redesign done largely inhouse, led by creative director Ivylise Simones.