In honor of the International Design Awards, we explore work by today's German designers and firms. Scroll on for some inspiring German graphic design.
An artist, community leader and icon of the creative world, Timothy Goodman pushes the limits of what being a designer means.
Mark Richardson's experimental Marbles typeface has gotten a great deal of attention in the design press for its originality and offbeat beauty.
Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo...
Rich Radka from Barcelona-based Claro Partners talks about how to present your design portfolio for the agency of the future.
Justin Ahrens and a few friends with Wheels4Water use their design skills—and a whole lot more—to help clients working for social change.
If you want to build a creative culture, you begin with the people. But how do you find the right people—the truly creative?
In honor of the International Design Awards, we explore the work being created by today's designers and firms in Italy. Scroll on for some gorgeous Italian graphic design.
A conceptual artist and designer, Matthew Senna's cultural objects are created with the intention of sparking thought, raising awareness of cultural issues and inspiring personal growth.
From Banana Slugs to Shockers, let the oddity of these college sports logos & mascots commence.