Design firm Snask created a ready-to-wear brand kit for the highly militarized and isolated country, North Korea. Read More

Johnson Banks used a device to organize the potential contents of an identity, to create a new identity for a charity whose wide range of work might otherwise be difficult to describe Read More

Check out recent news in the world of design, from the art of Paul Scher to the new OSU logo. Read More

The Huffington Post is now simply HuffPost in all references, and it has a new identity to go with its officially pared-down name. Read More

LogoLounge is coming to Chicago! We’re hosting our first Dribbble meetup and YOU are invited. Read More

Check out recent news in the world of design, from the new Level logo to the new identity of 3 Sheeps Brewing. Read More

“Brolly” is British slang for “umbrella.” It’s also the name of an insurance company start-up that accidentally/not accidentally chose that name to tweak/reference insurance. Read More

Branding isn’t reserved for corporate culture: gang culture has used symbols, naming conventions, and colors for many years, but it’s a language few on the other side of gang lines would completely understand. Read More

We’ve waited several days since Verizon’s release of its new brand, Oath, hoping to learn more about the inscrutable name and the reasoning behind its design (because April Fools). Read More

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