Formed in 1972, Pentagram is a privately owned international multi-disciplinary design consultancy. Its services span identity, publications, packaging, product, interactive communications, exhibition and environmental design. The firm has offices in London, New York, San Francisco, Berlin and Austin, Texas.
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Pentagram Rebrands Dashlane
Pentagram recently designed the new branding for Dashlane, a cross-platform password manager and digital wallet application.
The Design Museum Launches Bauhaus Road Crossing for London Design Festival
Pentagram partner Sascha Lobe has created a new London Design Festival installation, a Bauhaus road crossing titled 'Bauhaus Rewritten.' Commissioned by The Design Museum, the installation celebrates the women of Bauhaus.
Red Hat Unveils Open-source Developed New Branding
Following two years of development, Red Hat has unveiled the next evolution of its red fedora mark. The rebrand was a result of Red Hat's Open Brand Project - an open initiative to update and simplify its corporate logo and brand system.
Where Craft Will Take Us with Natasha Jen
The One Club for Creativity has shared a brief video of renowned designer Natasha Jen, partner at Pentagram, discussing the role of craft and design in everyday life and how technology will advance the art form.
Natasha Jen to Headline 2013 SEGD Conference
Pentagram partner Natasha Jen, whose graphic design work is noted for crossing the boundaries of media, discipline, and culture, will be a featured speaker at the 2013 SEGD Conference, Above the Fog.
Mohawk Unveils New Logo and New Brand Designed by Pentagram
Mohawk, formerly Mohawk Fine Papers, unveiled its new logo. The new M is the centerpiece of a dynamic branding system created by Pentagram, to signal the dramatic changes underway as this 81 year-old company reinvents itself to thrive in today's digital world.
Marina Willer Named Partner in Pentagram's London Office
Marina Willer was named today as the latest partner in Pentagram's London office and the eighteenth worldwide.
International Design Alliance Unveils New Visual Identity for the IDA Congress
Icsid, Icograda, and IFI unveiled the new visual identity for its biennial IDA Congress. Designed and developed by Pentagram, the new look focuses on an artistic restructuring of Pangaea, a theory of Greek origin meaning "all lands" in support of the idea that at one time, all of the earth's continents…
RE:DESIGN Creative Directors Conference
RE:DESIGN/Creative Directors Conference has announced its initial list of speakers and a keynote with Paula Scher of Pentagram. The event will take place November 7 & 8 in Palm Springs, California.
MoMA Unveils New Graphic Identity
The Museum of Modern Art has recast its graphic identity to underscore the Museum's leadership role in the field of design.
Pentagram Berlin Designed New Tableware Brand for Villeroy & Boch
Pentagram Partner Justus Oehler and his design team in Berlin have created the name and identity for a new tableware brand by Villeroy & Boch called vivo.
Pentagram Designed Blunt From Photographer Nigel Parry
Pentagram Partner Justus Oehlerand his team in the Berlin office have designed BLUNT, the latest monograph from celebrity photographer Nigel Parry.
Pentagram Created New Visual Identity for Sardegna
Pentagram Berlin was commissioned to develop a new visual identity for the Italian region of Sardegna.
Pentagram Partner Designs New P2 Pen
Just when you think the humble pen has received almost every design treatment available in terms of its form and function, renowned product designer Robert Brunner, partner of the leading international consultancy Pentagram, has teamed with Acme Studios to develop a new pen, the P2.
Pentagram's New York City Cab Design Fuses 21st Century Benefits with Romance of 1950s Era
During the mid-1990s, the iconic London black cab was re-designed by a team of experts, including leading multidisciplinary design consultancy Pentagram.
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'Anatomy of an AI System' by Kate Crawford and Vladan Joler Wins 2019 Beazley Design of the Year
'Anatomy of an AI System,' an infographic map and research project by Kate Crawford and Vladan Joler, has been named the overall winner of the 2019 Beazley Design of the Year.
Adobe Releases 30 Free Font Packs
Adobe Fonts has released 30 free Font Packs, curated by design luminaries to help all creatives jumpstart their work.
3rd Annual Phil Patton Lecture: Natasha Jen
The SVA MA in Design Research, Writing and Criticism will host Natasha Jen with respondent Khoi Vinh for a lecture on March 28 at the SVA Theatre in New York City.
Double or Nothing: New Campaign Promises to Double Number of Women in Design Leadership Roles
AIGA has launched a new campaign to ultimately double the number of women leaders in design. Spearheaded by AIGA's Women Lead Initiative and a coalition of the best and brightest from Blue State Digital, Decker Design, IBM, Lippincott, Pentagram, and Quartz, Double or Nothing intends to catalyze massive…
Goudy and Syracuse: The Tale of a Typeface Found
Dress Code produced and directed a new video about the story of rediscovering Sherman, a typeface designed by Fredric Goudy in 1910 and revived by Chester Jenkins in 2016 for Syracuse University.
New Practices New York 2014 Exhibition
New Practices New York 2014 will showcase the work of the six emerging architecture and design firms working in New York City.
Winners of 2013 National Design Awards
The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum has recently unveiled the winners of the 2013 National Design Awards.
Phoenix Design Week 2012
Presented by Lost Creature and the Arizona chapter of AIGA, Phoenix Design Week exhibits an impressive roster of events and internationally respected keynote speakers to the Phoenix Convention Center from September 24 through September 30, 2012.
The Art of Collaboration: SEGD's Annual Exhibition & Experience Design Symposium
The Art of Collaboration, an initiative of the Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD), will explore the impact of Multi-disciplinary collaboration from the perspective of clients, designers, fabricators, and educators.
SEGD Reinvents Award-Winning Magazine
The Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD) has renamed and redesigned its award-winning magazine that showcases the best in graphic design for the built environment.
ADC National Student Portfolio Review 2012: Call for Creative Reviewers
The newest class of young talent in advertising, design and interactive will once again assemble in New York for the Art Directors Club National Student Portfolio Review, taking place April 30-May 2 at the ADC Gallery.
2012 SEGD Conference: The Bridge
With its theme inspired by the famous Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, the 2012 SEGD Conference will provoke participants to rethink their profession, recognize and strengthen their existing connections, and build new ones.
Eventually Everything: The 2012 D-Crit Conference
The 2012 D-Crit Conference, featuring graduating students of the SVA MFA in Design Criticism, and moderated by Change Observer co-editor Julie Lasky, will take place on May 2, 2012 at the Visual Arts Theatre in New York City.
Quentin Blake Wins Prince Philip Designers Prize 2011
Quentin Blake, one of Britain's best-loved illustrators and the man who created the world-famous images of the Big Friendly Giant and Matilda, named the winner of the 2011 Prince Philip Designers Prize by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at a ceremony at the Design Council in London.
Royal Designers for Industry 2011
Six of the UK's best designers are to be recognised for their outstanding contribution to design and society by becoming Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) at an award ceremony held at the RSA on November 17.
2011 Prince Philip Designers Prize Shortlist
The shortlist for the 2011 Prince Philip Designers Prize is revealed today, and encompasses one of the widest ranges of design disciplines in the Prize's history, from museums and galleries designers to millinery for Kylie Minogue, hydraulic ankles and illustrations for the Big Friendly Giant.
TYPO London 2011: Places
This autumn London will host a spectacular new annual design conference. From October 20 to 22 TYPO London will bring together the creme de la creme of international design for an inspirational event that transcends the restraints of a typical trade conference.
Print's Color Conference
Print Magazine today announced the first-ever Print Color Conference, taking place October 4-6, in New York City.
Art Directors Club to Host Hall of Femmes Book Series Launch Event
The Art Directors Club celebrates a new book series highlighting the contributions of women in design as part of the Hall of Femmes project with a book launch party on Tuesday, June 28 at the ADC Gallery.
Core77 Design Awards Announces Appointment of Four Jury Teams
Launched to celebrate the richness of the design profession and its practitioners, the Core77 Design Awards has met with an overwhelming response, exceeding expectations with more than 1500 registrations within the first ten days.
New Season of Design Matters
The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) Branding Department at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) announced the spring 2011 season of the popular cultural podcast Design Matters.
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series: Spring 2011
The School of Visual Arts (SVA) kicks of its series of Design Criticism lectures with Tucker Viemeister, industrial designer and lab chief at Rockwell Group.
Bill Moggridge Wins 2010 Prince Philip Designers Prize
The man who changed the way many of us live and work by designing the world's first laptop computer - Bill Moggridge RDI - has been named the winner of the 2010 Prince Philip Designers Prize by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at a ceremony at the Design Council.
ADC Announces 90th Awards Jury Chairs
The Art Directors Club today announced the lineup of industry leaders who will serve as jury chairs for the ADC 90th Annual Awards programs, including a new overarching position of Annual Awards Chair.
Minding the Gap: SEGD's First-ever International Symposium
Leading environmental graphic design professionals from North America and Europe will meet to share ideas, strategies, and resources during SEGD's first-ever international symposium October 22 in London.
Art Directors Club Announces 2010 ADC Hall of Fame Laureates
The Art Directors Club announced the 2010 inductees into the prestigious ADC Hall of Fame.
Applied Information Group and Pentagram Collaborate on New Bertazzoni Website
Information design specialists Applied Information Group (AIG) have collaborated with the London offices of Pentagram in the design and production of a new website for Bertazzoni, Italian manufacturers of precision-engineered cooking ranges.
Art Directors Club Presents Grandmasters Awards to Four Distinguished Educators
Four distinguished educators who have inspired generations of creatives will be honored as ADC Grandmasters by the Art Directors Club.
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series: Fall 2009
The Design Criticism MFA department announced another exciting lineup of speakers for the Fall 2009 Lecture Series.
Prince Philip Designers Prize Announces Contenders for 50th Anniversary Year
The countdown to naming the winner of the 2009 Prince Philip Designers Prize, awarded annually to recognize a lifetime contribution to design, has begun with the nomination of nine design luminaries including David Adjaye, Wayne Hemingway and Hussein Chalayan.
Design and Design Sphere Winners of the ADC 88th Annual Awards
The Art Directors Club announced the winners of the ADC 88th Annual Awards program tonight at its Awards Gala, held at the ADC Gallery in New York.
Adobe Design Achievement Award Winners Announced
Adobe today announced the winners of the eighth annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards, recognized as one of the world's premier student design and film competitions.
Zephyr Forms Creative Collaboration With Leading Industrial Designer Robert Brunner
Zephyr, a leading designer and manufacturer of design-centric, high-end kitchen ventilation hoods, today announced its new creative collaboration with award-winning industrial designer Robert Brunner.