The artwork, a part of the larger 'Questioning the Bomb' exhibition, is now showcased at the Art Gallery of University of Maryland.
Nescafé has revamped its visual identity, that starts an era of a “unified, global look and feel” across all 180 countries where the popular instant coffee product is sold.
Prada is narrating the story of the latest version of its signature perfume, Candy Florale, using a graphic visual approach.
Audi wants to win drivers young. The German automobile manufacturer has released a children’s book that illustrates the brand’s rich history.
The compillation titled DANCE (RED) SAVE LIVES2 is launched ahead of December 1, The World AIDS Day.
John Nunziato discusses what is contemporary design with a touch of politics and questions “modern simplicity” of the democratic national committee's new logo.
The editor of a respected design magazine recently told me that these days it’s all about apps. Did she wink as she said it or was it a trick of the light? I don’t know, but I was perplexed. She’s been right about a lot of things in the last two decades. Wrong about a few. What about now?
The following is the last of three installments about what is design and what is creativity, followed by thoughts on how to create and understand identity — thoughts by SDG's expert, Helge Tennø.