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New Package Design for Dr. Jart+ by Pentagram

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Clean, modern, and unique, its difficult not to like Dr. Jart+‘s new packaging design by Pentagram. By simplifying and focusing on Dr. Jart+’s essential symbols, like the “+,” they were able to revitalize the brand’s look to a more cohesive system. Their goal was to set the brand apart from other competitors.Continue Reading

January 13, 2018
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How Skillshare is Affecting the Design Community

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I am a work in progress. Although I feel comfortable with creating interesting images on my own time and for work, I always feel as though I have more to improve on. For people like me, we turn to online learning platforms to improve our skills. For some reason recently, SkillshareContinue Reading

January 10, 2018
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Visual Identity for Yayoi Kusama Museum

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I wrote an article about the new museum for famed Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama recently. This time, I would like to elaborate on the museum’s visual identity system designed by Japanese design firm Nippon Design Center. According to the Art Director Irobe Yoshiaki, the visual system was inspired by the autograph ofContinue Reading

January 2, 2018
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Tata & Friends’ Reinvents European Space Agency’s Brand in Icon Magazine

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ESA is the European Space Agency and its mission is to shape the development of space exploration. Icon Magazine asked Tata&Friends studio to rebrand ESA. To make ESA different from their competitors, like NASA, CNES and JAXA, Tata&Friends didn’t choose to use any circles to suggest stars or uneven widthContinue Reading

December 31, 2017
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Chobani Just Got a New Look with New Rebrand

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Chobani is a brand of Greek yogurt that we see very often in grocery stores. They recently just rebranded their visual identity. Firstly, they changed their logo font. Their old typeface was called Broadband, contributed by Stephen Coles. It’s not a bad typeface, but it is too hard and tooContinue Reading

December 24, 2017
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Top 5 Gifts Graphic Designers will Love This Year

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The holiday season is here, but where are your gifts? If you’re like me, you are procrastinating with this year’s Christmas shopping. With countless internet deals and crowded stores, shopping during the holiday season can be overwhelming. Finding the right gift for your fellow graphic designers doesn’t have to beContinue Reading

December 9, 2017
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December 7, 2017
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Illustration
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Tomorrow, Designer Timothy Goodman is Taking Over Uniqlo

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Hold the phone, Timothy Goodman is taking over Uniqlo? Not literally, but in a sense, Timothy Goodman will win you over with his new collaboration with the global retail giant. Online tomorrow, shoppers will be able to wear a piece of art. I, myself, already have my eye on a shirtContinue Reading

December 6, 2017
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Fashion
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The Album Covers of Fania Records

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Fania Records is more than just a record label. This label produced a number of artists that revolutionized the Latin music industry in America and around the world. They gave birth to some of the best Latin artists of all time such as Willie Colon, Celia Cruz, Ray Barretto, Luis “Perico”Continue Reading

December 4, 2017
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See/Hear: First All-Type Swissted Poster Exhibit in Type Directors Club

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New York City Designer Mike Joyce is kind of obsessed with punk rock and modern Swiss-type. “Swissted” is his new exhibition that reimagines vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into the typographic posters. Starting November 30, the Type Directors Club will present See/Hear, a collection ofContinue Reading

November 28, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Annik Troxler’s Posters for Willisau Jazz Festival

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Willisau Jazz Festival has always been a part of Annik Troxler‘s life. Pioneered by her father, Graphic Designer Niklaus Troxler, its not a doubt she that knows this festival quite well. For many years, Annik Troxler has created posters for this festival, unleashing her wild side on their posters. LikeContinue Reading

November 26, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Gail Bichler

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The New York Times Magazine‘s Design Director, Gail Bichler is all about collaboration. When she moved to Minneapolis to work on her freelance career, she realized the importance of having a design community. I was very isolated for a while. I wanted to continue making books for publishers and museums,Continue Reading

November 23, 2017
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Limited Edition MetroCards by Artist Barbara Kruger

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The blue and yellow Metro Card is an instantly recognizable symbol of New York, but not all metro cards are alike. On Wednesday, the MTA began releasing 50,000 limited edition MetroCards at four stops. The MetroCards will be randomly sold at automated ticket machines in Queensboro Plaza, Broadway-Lafayette Street, East Broadway,Continue Reading

November 2, 2017
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Can You Draw That Logo From Memory?

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Based on the research found by Branded-in-Memory, probably not. According to Branded-in-Memory, out of 156 Americans, only 16% could recreate a nearly identical drawing of America’s 10 most recognizable logo marks. That’s really disappointing. You would think in our consumer-crazy society, within 80 hours, that we would know these brands by heart, but theContinue Reading

October 19, 2017
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Print Magazine Features Anita Bartolini’s Design for Catcher in the Rye Tribute

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Most people, at some point, have heard of J. D. Salinger’s book Catcher in the Rye. Its a classic piece of literature that challenges our perspective on innocence, growing up, and sexual exploration. To add, for some reason, Catcher in the Rye always had an attractive cover, my particular favorite,Continue Reading

October 7, 2017
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Ryan Gosling and SNL Makes Fun of James Cameron’s Logo for Avatar

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This past weekend NBC’s Saturday Night Live playfully jabbed at one of the most criticized fonts in the industry, Papyrus. As Actor Ryan Gosling hosted SNL’s return for its 43rd season, he also starred in a pre-taped sketch of a man who can’t get over the fact that the logoContinue Reading

October 3, 2017
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