The Banana Slugs are one of the most iconic and strange college sports logos, but they're in good company. We take a look at 10 of the weirdest and best.
Neenah Paper's new collection, A Year's Worth of Greetings, features 12 designers' work on gorgeous greeting cards for every occasion and everyone.
Each year, the Final Four logo gets a redesign, inspired by their host city's culture and landmarks. We take a look at the Minneapolis logo for 2019.
What an amazing week it was at HOW Design Live in Boston! Enjoy this roundup of the best quotes, takeaways and memories from the adventure.
You’re a designer, so everything you design is an example of your work. When your prospects and clients go to your website or online portfolio to look at your work, they will certainly assume that your logo design is your own work. So does that mean you should absolutely design your own logo?
Check out these time-honored graphic styles to get some ideas for your next logo design. [And don't miss the HOW Logo Design Awards deadline—Monday night!]
Art as Witness: Political Graphics 2016-18, co-curated by Steve Brodner, features over 200 political artworks, graphic design and illustrations opening October 6 and running until November 3, 2018 at the SVA Chelsea Gallery in New York.
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.
Tech permeates all things San Jose. As the home of some of the world’s largest technology companies, the concept of creating a National Hockey League All-Star logo without embracing technology simply didn’t fit San Jose. So, the design team of the NHL and Franbrandz did more than embrace tech: they let tech envelop them....
The theme for this year’s LG UltraWide Festival is “My UltraWide Time.” LG focuses on the long hours and tireless effort of passionate creators. This year, instead of your final product, LG wants to know about your nitty gritty process and is calling for entries now.