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Pictograms and Olympic Torch Set Tone for Tokyo 2020

Pictograms and Olympic Torch Set Tone for Tokyo 2020

As the world turns its eyes to Japan ahead of the 2020 Olympics, the new torch — and pictograms – establish a visual identity for the Tokyo games.

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23 days ago

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A Mental Health Centre Animated by Playful Graphics

A Mental Health Centre Animated by Playful Graphics

In a historic Barcelona monastery, a vibrant visual language brings bold Pantone colours to a mental health and social integration centre for young patients.

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March 13, 2019

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Canada’s Love of Hockey Inspires Public Art in Nova Scotia

Canada’s Love of Hockey Inspires Public Art in Nova Scotia

For a permanent public art series in a Nova Scotia sports arena, Passage Studio delivered a multi-part design inspired by the area’s athletic history and unique landscape.

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February 6, 2019

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Whimsical Graphics by Javier Royo Give Hong Kong’s Gravity Building a Lift

Whimsical Graphics by Javier Royo Give Hong Kong’s Gravity Building a Lift

Colourful depictions of whales, bicycles and spacecraft adorn the Hong Kong tech hub’s common areas.

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December 18, 2018

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Barilla’s Limited-Edition Packaging Design Tackles its Controversial Past

Barilla’s Limited-Edition Packaging Design Tackles its Controversial Past

In 2013, Barilla’s chairman claimed the company would never use a gay family in its ads. Now, it has partnered with Olimpia Zagnoli on a box that features two women sharing a kiss over spaghetti.

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November 21, 2018

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From Michael Bierut, A Designer’s Guide to Compromise

From Michael Bierut, A Designer’s Guide to Compromise

At Designthinkers 2018, Michael Bierut’s How To keynote walked through the Pentagram designer’s approach to his craft. And through his work for Hillary Clinton, the Museum of Art and Design and Syracuse University, one thread emerged: the importance of compromise.

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October 31, 2018

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Geometry Lessons: 3 Retail Spaces That Use Simple Shapes to Stunning Effect

Geometry Lessons: 3 Retail Spaces That Use Simple Shapes to Stunning Effect

In designing a memorable interior, sometimes simplicity is best. These three retail spaces, in Vancouver, Seattle and Sofia, Bulgaria, expertly rely on familiar forms – stripes, circles and triangles – to make a lasting impression.

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August 1, 2018

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5 Things We Learned From Information Designer Giorgia Lupi

5 Things We Learned From Information Designer Giorgia Lupi

Karno.in.ua explores the beauty of data, and how to design it, with New York artist and information designer Giorgia Lupi.

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July 24, 2018

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2018 AZ Award of Merit: Experiential Graphic Design

2018 AZ Award of Merit: Experiential Graphic Design

The 2017 AZ Award of Merit in the Experiential Graphic Design category goes to a football centre reimagined as a perspective-shifting interactive history book.

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June 29, 2018

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2018 AZ Awards Winner: Experiential Graphic Design

2018 AZ Awards Winner: Experiential Graphic Design

Rios Clementi Hale Studios’ ROW DTLA, a Los Angeles project that combines structured wayfinding, signed landmarks and colourful accents, is effortlessly excellent – which is why it won the 2018 AZ Awards Winner for Experiential Graphic Design.

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June 29, 2018

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