Want to get your clients’ attention? Sometimes you’ve gotta pack a little heat. This designer self promotion by HAND Design Studio won an outstanding achievement award for doing just that.
Yellow House’s brand identity—inspired by social movement and design activism, and created by Brunet-Garcia Advertising—is as big and resonant as its mission to leverage the power of art to transform communities.
Ad Victorem (Latin for “Towards Victory”) has created hundreds of brand names and identities. But creating their own turned out to be their biggest challenge yet—one they likened to naming their own child.
Since day one, HOW has worked with the biggest names along with many rising stars in the illustration industry. Here’s a look back at 25 of our most iconic illustrated magazine covers. Don't forget to vote for your favorite!
In this age of digital communication, the tactile qualities of design and print are still appreciated, as are physical client gifts. WPA Pinfold wowed HOW's ...
Check out ThoughtMatter's award-winning holiday promotion: a beautifully designed collection of bitters to demonstrate their packaging design capabilities and exemplify the ethos of the studio.
Outstanding Achievement Award-Winners Zulu Alpha Kilo helped create an authentic Harley Davidson Cafe to appeal to the brand's younger fans. The result was 1903 | A Harley Davidson Café—a nod to 1960s café racer culture, when riders would race stripped-down, lightweight bikes from one café to another.
ECCENTRIC. WEIRD. OFF-THE-WALL. These words typically don’t come to mind when you think of an optometrist. Design Army’s promotion for Georgetown Optical had eyes popping and jaws dropping.
Adam Ritchie Brand Direction took home a HOW award for one of the most unique album releases we've ever seen—on the side of a beer can.
The in-house team at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art rebranded the beloved institution and took home Best of Show in HOW's In-House Design Awards.