This week, Sabine Lenz takes a look at the Brand Nieuwe Conference Program created by UnderConsideration.
Comprised of more than 600 icons meant to evoke key aspects of the city, this piece is a riot of gorgeous detail.
Winning a spot for your business inside the second-largest passenger airport in the Chicago area is huge, and the Hudson Group knows it
I’ve featured a number of printed marketing pieces commissioned by Nike that have one thing in common: they push the bounds.
For the TED 2016 Dream conference in Vancouver, Hybrid Design went all out to capture the essence of the dream concept in visual form.
Could you do with more octopi in your life? KMG Design brings us a specimen wrapped around this sensual wine label for Octopoda.
If you want to pacify a child these days you give them your smartphone. And to get a little peace and quiet from a designer?
The Greeting Card Association’s call for entries for its 2017 Louie Awards came in the form of an intriguing package.
Portuguese vintner Casa Ramos Pinto recently threw wine lovers a sustainable curve with this packaging of their port, aka “RP10.”
One retailer that still knows the value of a “thank you” is Bloomingdale’s, which has sent its customers a “Loyallist” box.
Galvanic Graphic Group produced 500 copies of this no-nonsense booklet that lets their capabilities speak for themselves.
In this invitation, designers Sagmeister & Walsh felt the need to do something unexpected — letterpress printed on paper towels.
There’s so much to love here, starting with those begging-to-be-touched business cards.
The piece McGuffin Creative Group crafted for this year’s Veritiv Chicago Paper Show takes the event’s theme very much to heart.
Using the variable printing feature on the HP Indigo press, Summit Print produced a different color label for Domenica Fiore oils.