Ruth Bader Ginsburg has long been a favorite subject for progressive artists and designers, and her passing inspired a creative outpouring. Also in this week’s issue: The details behind Obama’s book cover design America’s brand has taken a major hit The Guggenheim has acquired t…
The voter registration group HeadCount was supposed to spend the summer on the road, registering fans of artists like Camila Cabello and Harry Styles w…
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It turns out the actual colors of our politics are green for more rural areas and gray for more urban ones. Also in this week’s issue of the Yello news…
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The logo for the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles is breaking the mold. Rather than an abstract logo that alludes to the host country, Olympic symbols…
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The president turned the South Lawn into a branded Trump extravaganza. Also in this week’s issue of the Yello newsletter: The Biden campaign released y…
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President Trump laid out his thoughts on logo design in the book Trump University Branding 101, from his for-profit real estate seminar program that wo…
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The struggle for women’s political power in the U.S. has been a fight illustrated with bold typography and conscious color choices. Through symbols and…
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The typeface to be used in the memorial, honoring those killed in the 2015 church shooting, was inspired by the stained glass lettering in the church. …
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