Announcing the winners of Communication Arts' Illustration Annual 2015: Our distinguished panel of jurors selected 163 winning projects from 4305 entries.
If you’ve ever wondered what the moon looks like right at this moment, a new live-streaming website allows you to ... more srarushmore.com
Tash Wong talks coasters, creative businesses and how to strike out on your own.
Allan Haley gives props to the most famous type designers you’ve never heard of.
Original artwork created to brand and promote Cartoon Network in 2014. Used in various sizes and applications across ... more
Jacob Escobedo, art director
Branden Collins/Jacob Escobedo/Candice House/Petrika Janssen, designers
Turner Broadcasting, Cartoon Network, client
Jamie Chung A New York photographer transforms objects into art in carefully crafted still life ... more
Carlsberg NOX packaging Carlsberg NOX is a new, premium Carlsberg sub-brand for nightlife drinking ... more
Hiking Camping guidebook Guidebooks have always been hiking gear, but publishers have ignored that ... more
Lighthouse Brewery packaging As part of an entire portfolio rebrand, St. Bernadine was asked to ... more
Wedge & Lever Design firm / Encinitas, CA This San Diego-based studio brings fresh, modern designs to ... more
Foot Locker “Pure Boost Chill” video To support the launch of “Pure BOOST Chill,” the latest ... more
New Web trends: immersive interaction design.
Underline Studio’s Fidel Peña on how obsessing over money (and form) is harming the world of design.
Can a font make us believe something is true?
44 tips to improve your photography.
The Seymour Chwast Archive, from the 1940s to the present.
Razorfish’s Natalie Lam on the potential power of music at the core of brand experiences.
Noah Stokes on why web design is losing its soul.
3% Conference founder Kat Gordon says gender equality in advertising is not a recruitment problem, it’s a retention problem.
BBH’s Charles Wigley explains how to get faster, cheaper, better advertising.
What’s on your desktop?
Nicki Sprinz says digital design still needs more women.
Crew’s Jory MacKay on the psychology of simple.
Mad Women: four women in advertising on “Mad Men” and the industry today.
The psychology behind color and how it can influence our thinking.
Hamburger icon: How these three lines mystify most people.
Patrick Queisler on designing experiences, not just interfaces.
Mike Sall says the future of web design is hidden in the history of architecture.
Carlos Sousa describes five traits every designer should have.
KOLOR, an online game that asks you to identify a specific color as fast as you can.
Infographic: David McCandless on what makes a good visualization.