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.
PhotoSpin has launched a new site with an enhanced user interface, improved speed, and new payment options.
The Whiteness Project is an interactive investigation into how Americans who identify as white experience their race..
Glaser says he wanted to create a sense of pleasure with the Rhode Island logo much like he did for New York.
Rob Munz of inMotionNow on how to improve production workflows and complete projects more efficiently.
BrandFX gives FunctionFox a light, airy and uncluttered look to reinforce the values of simplicity, integrity and performance.
Spike Jonze asked NYC-based Gretel to design a transparent identity that lets the in-your-face content of VICE come through undiluted.
GDUSA publisher Gordon Kaye agonized whether other people felt emotions beyond “like”. Facebook has now taught him that it is also acceptable to feel “wow” and “hahaha” and even “sad.”
Wolff Olin’s graphics for The Metropolitan Museum of Art makes the institution more accessible but has drawn criticism.
GDUSA Publisher Gordon Kaye’s thoughts on the Jan/Feb 2016 magazine, the meaning of life, and the importance of personal pizzas.
The incomparable Earl Gee transforms letterpress tools into typographic forms for a very good cause.
GDUSA spotlights companies and organizations providing first-rate products and services to creative professionals.
Mackey Saturday, a new principal designer at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, is responsible for some of today’s most talked-about identities.
isa Smith is an award-winning Creative Director with expertise across a variety of design disciplines, from branding, print and advertising to exhibition design.
Sharyn Belkin Locke has spent the past 20 years leading creative teams to help transform businesses and motivate consumers.
Susan Chun is a cultural heritage professional whose work focuses on publishing, cultural data analysis and visualization, intellectual property policy and open content initiatives, and advanced search strategies.
MIchael Lemme is a Designer turned Chief Creative Officer, whose background is equal parts brand strategy, brand identity systems, UX design and marketing.