Lippincott has created a new identity for the now 16-year-old company Autotrader (previously AutoTrader.com).
The Royal Albert Hall in London has a new brand identity that combines the impressive physical presence of its actual structure with pure color and essential shapes, meant to convey the sense of energy, awe, and emotion that audiences of all Hall performances experience.
If you didn’t get a chance to see Monotype’s “Pencil to Pixel” exhibit, you can still catch a small glimpse of some fascinating typographic history online.
Pentagram partner Natasha Jen has created a new, less slimy identity for YouTube’s Vsauce channels.
Southern Comfort is an iconic brand, with loyal and vocal fans. So messing with its brand in any way is bound to create a stir.
Having refurbished its destinations world-wide, Club Med sought to reclaim its reputation as the premium, all-inclusive vacation experience.
Shake Shack's food is definitely a magnet, but so is its clean, modern, appealing identity, created by Paula Scher and Pentagram.
The ubiquitous Walgreens red W, seen on almost every street corner in the US, has a new brand partner.
A unique and much talked-about feature about AnchorBMD’s latest design is the result of a happy accident.
Since 1978, when the first brand signature was trademarked by NBC—its familiar ding-dong-ding sound—only about 200 brand sound signatures have been so registered. It’s tough to prove that a sound is really and truly your own.