The Malouf playing card deck was developed as gift to give to business partners during Las Vegas tradeshow events. Those familiar with the brand have had fun exploring the unique yet familiar patterns, materials and elements that represent Malouf’s dedication to comfortable sleep: sun and moon motifs, product materials and patterns used throughout Malouf product packaging.
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Hybrid Design’s interactive swatch book for Mohawk Keaykolour turns colored paper into a choose-your-own-adventure mix-and-match color story.
Playing With a Full Deck
For Hybrid Design, a full service design firm in San Francisco, the Mohawk Keaykolour project had layers. On its face, the objective of this project was pretty simple: introduce a n...
Created by ZGF Architects for the University of California, Los Angeles, the Wasserman Football Center leverages the power of a central location to highlight history, identity, and community.
Prior to the construction of the Wasserman Football Center, the various departments and functions of UCLA’s football program...
Cincinnati may be best known for its craft beer, but there’s a different type of brewing that’s garnering attention for one local company. Churchill's Fine Teas at Findlay Market recently won first place in the Flavored Black Tea category of a global tea competition for its lemon-infused black tea.
What’s in a name? For Nija Foods founder/owner Kirana Rao, MS, RD, everything.
The word ‘Nija’ means ‘real’ or ‘truth,’ which is the essence of Rao’s food production company specializing in nut milks and nut creams flavored with spices, herbs, and homemade extracts.
Take a walk down Ludlow Avenue, the main drag in Clifton’s Gaslight district, and you’ll find decades-old food spots along with newer restaurants. But whether you’re seeking out the tried-and-true or trying something new, there’s one recently arrived store you don’t want to miss: Clifton Market.
Thanks to the efforts of its most passionate citizens, Cincinnati’s Westwood neighborhood is undergoing an unmistakable revitalization. But as shops and events sprang up around the historic town hall, it was clear that one thing was missing: a community gathering place. Thanks to Muse Café, which opened last July, that’s no longer a problem.
Since day one, HOW has worked with the biggest names along with many rising stars in the illustration industry and beyond, from Ivan Chermayoff, David Carson, Rick Valicenti, Jonathan Hoefler, Dana Tanamachi and House Industries to Yulia Brodskaya, Melissa McFeeters, Jen Adrion and Omar Noory. Here’s a look back at 25 of our most iconic illustrated magazine covers. Don’t forget to vote for your favorites!
Harley-Davidson had an image problem. While younger riders respected the iconic brand, they didn’t see themselves as the stereotypical tattooed bikers of yesteryear. So Zulu Alpha Kilo aimed to build a welcoming space that focused on the brand’s old-world craftsmanship and authenticity, and where tech-weary millennials could engage with Harley on an emotional level.
For its debut holiday gift, New York City–based ThoughtMatter wanted to create something that was useful, not just beautiful. The design studio worked with Hudson Valley’s Field Apothecary to identify unexpected flavor profiles that were made into herbal, floral and curry bitters.
IN THIS AGE OF digital communication, the tactile qualities of design and print are still appreciated. So when it came time to create a gift for clients and prospects to kick off the 2017 financial year, WPA Pinfold teamed up with print specialist Epic to design a notebook that would demonstrate WPA Pinfold’s design skills in combination with added-value digital print technology.
Ad Victorem (Latin for “Towards Victory”) has created hundreds of brand names and identities. But creating their own turned out to be their biggest challenge yet, one they likened to naming their own child.