The American Red Cross Evolves Their Logo

By: Matt Cannon on Mar 31st 2012
The American Red Cross Evolves Their Logo

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies more than 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. The organization officially unveiled its new brand identity this February with a logo that features the iconic Red... CONTINUE READING

Just Your “Type”: FontShop Unveils 100 Best Typefaces

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Mar 31st 2012
Just Your “Type”: FontShop Unveils 100 Best Typefaces

Typophiles are in for a treat. FontShop, the original independent retailer of digital type founded by Erik Spiekermann and Neville Brody, recently unveiled a new site featuring their selection of The 100 Best Typefaces of All Time. ‘So what makes this list different from any other ranked list?’ you might ask. Well, a few things, for starters the selection process. FontShop used a mix of sales figures and bestseller lists spanning the last decade in combination with a jury... CONTINUE READING

WantedDesign NYC 2012

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Mar 29th 2012
WantedDesign NYC 2012

Showing that things can be better the second time around, WantedDesign NYC returns to New York City May 18–21, 2012. Through a series of exhibits, workshops, conversations, student contests and more this second edition of the three-day event focusing on architecture, industrial, product and interior design, promises to delight and inspire. Additionally, this year marks the introduction of a transatlantic “Design Students Challenge” where students from six participating schools from the United States and France will have three days... CONTINUE READING

The Art & Sole Cortez iD Collaboration

By: Jo Gifford on Mar 29th 2012
The Art & Sole Cortez iD Collaboration

Sneaker enthusiasts Art & Sole have collaborated with Nike iD for the 40th anniversary of the Nike Cortez running shoe. Four artists, Jiro Bevis, Matthew Nicholson, Shantell Martin and Rose Stallard, were chosen to create artwork for the covers of four limited edition Art & Sole books. The books are sold in packs with a pair of matching Cortez sneakers, and different approaches for each design were used: moving image, sneaker-art, print and sculpture. Jiro Bevis named his cover... CONTINUE READING

New York City’s LowLine: Movin’ On Up

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Mar 28th 2012
New York City’s LowLine: Movin’ On Up

When former PopTech executive Dan Barasch and RAAD studio principal James Ramsey first presented their idea for Delancy Underground, a project to turn the abandoned Williamsburg Trolley Terminal under Delancey street into a subterranean park to Manhattan Community Board No. 3 last September, little did they know that less than a year later they would have the support of 2,900 backers*, surpassed their $100,000 dollar fundraising goal and be well on their way to funding the project’s next phase of... CONTINUE READING

USA Basketball Introduces a New 20th Anniversary Mark

By: Matt Cannon on Mar 27th 2012
USA Basketball Introduces a New 20th Anniversary Mark

USA Basketball unveiled a new logo that will be worn by all of the USA Basketball teams including the men’s and women’s national teams as they pursue victory at the London Games this summer. The new logo combines iconic components from the past into a modern, simplified mark honoring the strong heritage and national pride represented by USA Basketball. Based in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA Basketball is a nonprofit organization and the national governing body for men’s and women’s... CONTINUE READING

GraphicDesign.com Welcomes Jared Braverman to our Advisory Board

By: GD Staff on Mar 27th 2012
GraphicDesign.com Welcomes Jared Braverman to our Advisory Board

Jared Braverman heads the Creative Department at Titan List & Mailing, a leading direct mail advertising firm in the United States. As Creative Director and SEO, he facilitates design for a variety of ad campaigns that reach millions of businesses and consumers every month. He specializes in designing advertisements, logos and identity branding, websites, and serves as a consultant for internet marketing and SEO. He has worked in the print advertising and technology sectors for over a decade, beginning... CONTINUE READING

The Associated Press’s New Identity and Mobile App

By: Matt Cannon on Mar 27th 2012
The Associated Press’s New Identity and Mobile App

The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. Founded in 1846, AP today is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. On any given day, more than half the world’s population sees news from AP. The Associated Press has rolled out a new visual identity this year. The identity system is the first significant change in AP’s look... CONTINUE READING

Design Enabled: Getting the Most Out of Facebook Timeline

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Mar 23rd 2012
Design Enabled: Getting the Most Out of Facebook Timeline

A cover photo and profile picture is just the beginning with the new Facebook timeline, which goes live for all Facebook users on March 30, 2012. As described in Facebook’s video, “How-To: Using Facebook Timeline and Subscribe”, timeline is a “Collection of most important photos, stories and life events that represent who you are…” Featuring a new visual format, reportedly inspired by designer Nicholas Felton’s annual report project documenting a year of his life, timeline is intended to “Show... CONTINUE READING

David Kirkby Releases Iconic Film Designs

By: Jo Gifford on Mar 23rd 2012
David Kirkby Releases Iconic Film Designs

Hertfordshire based designer David Kirkby has released his latest collection of designs, entitled “Film”. The set is a collection of film inspired prints that, alongside his other body of work are “instantly iconic”. The collection depicts infamous films such as Speed, Saw, 127 hours and Spinal Tap. Each film is illustrated using an infographic style image and printed in bold, bright color. David Kirby’s collections “were born from a passion of great design, illustration and artwork.”(via david kirkby designs)... CONTINUE READING

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