Matthew Manos first met Maksim Karalevich when he was working with the Strelka Institute in Moscow. They shared a meal at the wonderfully bizarre Дом ученых, which translates to "House of Scientists". Now they continue their conversation about design here on HOW.
Without a doubt, London is a culture capital in its own right. Of course, the city has Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, but if you want something besides the same-old sights
Feast your eyes on a sampling of the work that has informed, provoked and inspired the graphic design industry since the first issue of HOW rolled off the press.
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.
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!
An effective logo commands high prices, & for good reason. However, designing a logo with an online service is now possible for nominal fees. It's almost too easy to make fun of the whole thing, but assumptions aside, is it possible to commission a decent logo from these places? We decided to find out.
HOW is thrilled to present the 20 winners of the HOW Logo Design Awards, selected by Natasha Jen, partner at Pentagram, with support from the HOW editorial staff—and you!
The year of 2018 has kicked off with a bang, logos included. Already, we’ve seen some iconic logo and branding redesigns from some of the world’s biggest brands—from new media mastheads to soft drinks—while more have yet to be uncovered in the coming months. Here are some of the biggest logo redesigns we’ve seen lately that could potentially help shift design trends in...
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.
Let’s face it: Most of us spend all day behind our desks, so when the opportunity comes along to speak up on our design—or a design topic—it can be a bit intimidating. But perhaps giving that TED talk is easier than you think.