Berlin–based graphic design studio Double Standards is creating modern classics that impact viewers and withstand the test of time.
When The Washington Ballet reimagined Sleepy Hollow, Design Army stepped up to help create a haunting short film as part of an advertising campaign.
Roberto Blake explains why maintaining a design blog is a crucial element of your career as a graphic designer.
Multi-disciplinary brand engagement firm Sullivan's annual report design for a nonprofit really sings because of the thoughtful identity design behind it.
See some of the best work from brand experience agency CIBO, which focuses at the intersection of brand narratives, experience design and engineering.
Production company Sarofsky's custom typeface for the title sequence that appears in Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy really kicks things up a notch.
Normcore is now a mainstream tag for all things average and unassuming. Marc Hohmann of Lippincott digs a bit deeper into its roots—and its design appeal.
Comic book artist Kody Chamberlain talks style, creativity and all things comics.
Tania Leach launched Bon Vivant Company when the food industry failed her. Now the project sparks her creativity in a way other design projects rarely do.
There’s some pretty cool Sons of Anarchy poster design out there, but nothing compares to the poster Armit Vit has created.