Premiering in 1992, Men’s Journal Magazine has experienced numerous rebrand efforts. This is the first one that is a complete overhaul and a complete eye catcher when compared to the magazines other efforts. The new logo, taking inspiration from European auto-racing posters, is a bold, but inspiring new approach to the logo. From the Press Release… Though we’ve tweaked the logo many times since the magazine premiered in 1992, this is the first time we’ve overhauled it. And we... CONTINUE READING
The first days of spring are nearly here, a perfect time to shake off any left over winter blues and recharge our creative batteries. Enter TYPO, the leading international design conference. An outgrowth of well-known typography publication FUSE magazine, TYPO has evolved over the course of 16 years from being a typography focused event to “a broader platform exploring graphic design, digital media, advertisement, technology, culture, entertainment and business.” Providing unique opportunities for designers to gather, share and discuss... CONTINUE READING
First established in 1877 as a trademark for a breakfast cereal, Quaker Oats has been providing classic consistent to America and other areas of the world for over 130 years. Quaker Oats today offers a variety of products ranging from rice crackers to granola bars to oatmeal. There are more than 40 sub-brands under their name. No courtesy of a press release on this one or any information, Quaker Oats has recycled through two new logo redesigns in the... CONTINUE READING
British car manufacturers Jaguar have revealed a new identity and advertising campaign in collaboration with Spark 44, the US-based communications agency part-owned by Jaguar Land Rover. With changes to the “leaper” and “growler” symbols and a custom typeface, the new identity is the biggest shake-up to the company’s branding for forty years. Adrian Hallmark, Global Brand Director at Jaguar, says this of the campaign: “Our refreshed corporate image and the new global marketing campaign both underline the confidence we... CONTINUE READING
Less than 24 hours ago Apple® announced the release of it’s third generation iPad. As reported by Mashable, the announcement was made at an Apple Special Event held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The latest addition to Apple’s family of tablets, simply called “the new iPad,” was introduced by Apple CEO, Tim Cook as being part of a “post PC world” where “The PC is no longer the center of the digital world but... CONTINUE READING
A new magazine has been launched that focuses on the human side of designers who create online interfaces. Offscreen, which is designed to be collectible, is the brainchild of German-born, Melbourne-based web designer Kai Brach. The project was initially put on creative funding site Kickstarter but unfortunately didn’t meet its funding goal. Luckily Kai didn’t let that stop him from bringing the first issue to life. The first issue contains a whole host of interviews with well-known creative names... CONTINUE READING
It has been an exciting couple of weeks here at GraphicDesign.com! The GraphicDesign.com Advisory Board is coming on amazingly well. With an enthusiastic team of people and with them coming from different areas of expertise it’s time for us to start the listening. You will have noticed on this blog that we recently introduced a few of our newest board members including Debbie Millman, kHyal, Ilise Benun, Karl Heine, Von Glitschka and Ilene Strizver. Now with over 20 members... CONTINUE READING
JC Penney was originally started by James Cash Penney in 1902, when it was first opened as a dry-goods store named “The Golden Rule” in Kemmerer, Wyoming. Today, the company is a publicly traded company consisting of over 11,000 department stores spread out across The United States and Puerto-Rico, predominantly in Shopping Malls. Providing customers with middle-class merchandise and affordable items without the high-end brand influence. Many of the brands inside JC Penny are internally designed and produced. They... CONTINUE READING
Marina Willer has been announced as the first female partner to join the London branch of Pentagram, the international design agency run by a collection of friends across the world. Marina, currently working as creative director at Wolff Olins, becomes the 18th partner at the company and will be taking up her new post in April. A Royal College of Art alumnus, Marina was born in Brazil and has a varied design portfolio behind her that includes heading up... CONTINUE READING
When students at Kansas University (KU) realized demand for quality design services on campus, they proposed an enterprising solution—a student run design center. According to The University Daily Kansan, “Student Senate president Libby Johnson and vice president Gabe Bliss pitched the idea” for the Student Design Center after learning that student organizations were having a hard time effectively communicating to the larger student population. Thus the KU Student Design Center was born. The center, which “serves as a creative... CONTINUE READING
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