Michael Raisch, senior design and new media director at Fanbrandz, also runs Raisch Studios, where he created his latest project: The Football Atlas.
When 32 countries take the 2018 World Cup field for the most-watched sporting event in the world, each country walks onto the pitch with its own piece of…
That weird tool in InDesign? That one you never use? Here’s the course that will tell you why it’s important. The National Basketball Association’s Portland Trailblazers bring a fresh artistic take inside the Moda Center every home game thanks to a growing relationship with the city’s design community. That relationship has allowed the Blazers...
When the Houston Astros won the 2017 World Series, it changed everything for the team's in-house creative team, including creating a workload level unrivaled in previous years—but they're okay with that.
Todd Radom, one of the world’s foremost sports-centric graphic designers, has a new graphically driven book called Winning Ugly, which releases where all books are sold on May 15.
Event platforms require far more than just a logo, and that includes type. Here, Tim Newcomb talks with Bill Frederick, principal and creative director of New Jersey-based Fanbrandz, about custom types for the NHL.
Chad Reynolds remembers when he alone signified the entire creative department for the Major League Soccer (MLS) club in Kansas City. Now, as the creative director with a marketing department of 17, Sporting Kansas City has one of the most robust, vibrant and forward-thinking in-house creative teams in the league.
Pensole Footwear Design Academy is the only footwear design school out there, and with a variety of opportunities to align with brands on specific projects, students are getting more than they ever imagined.
The BNP Paribas Open, considered one of the premier tennis tournaments in the world, never had a marketing campaign to call their own until the tournament paired with Mirum Agency to turn the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California “Full Bloom” for the March 2018 event.
The in-house creative team for the NBA’s Miami Heat celebrates both the design and colors of the late 1980s with the recently released Miami Vice uniform, logo and Court Culture collection.