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Most of us are not naming experts but every now and then the task falls on our hands. To brush up on your naming skills, Greg Leppert and Willem Van Lancker have put together Onym, a collection of links to all things naming.
“Parlez-vous American?”

(Est. 1995) "This American Life is a weekly public radio program and podcast. Each week we choose a theme and put together different kinds of stories on that theme. Our show is heard by 2.2 million listeners each week on over 500 public radio stations in the U.S., with another 2.5 million people downloading each episode as a podcast. We're usually one of the five top podcasts on iTunes. We're also heard in Ireland and Germany, and all across Canada and Australia. Our show is produced in collaboration with WBEZ Chicago and delivered to stations by PRX, Public Radio Exchange."

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“Walk the Line”

Launched in 1982, Diet Coke (or Coca-Cola Light in some markets) is the sugar- and calorie-free version of Coca-Cola and was the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola Trademark -- now there is, like, a hundred Coca-Cola This and Coca-Cola That. Available in more than 150 markets around the world, Diet Coke announced yesterday a major redesign of its packaging along with the introduction of four new flavors because, apparently, millennials. The new design was a collaboration between Coca-Cola's in-house design team, led by James Sommerville, vice...


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Brody Associates, in collaboration with the Coca-Cola Global Design team, has designed TCCC (The Coca-Cola Company) Unity, a company-wide proprietary typeface. You can download an iOS app with the full story. Meh?
“Setting a Bar”

(Est. 1992) "PR Bar was founded in 1992 with a mission to produce products that would propel endurance athletes to personal records. With the accomplishment of Olympic medals, world-class athletes breaking personal records, ambassadors setting world records and fueling weekend warriors to new heights we have proven to meet and exceed our mission time and time again. In 2016, PR Bar re-launched with a re-inspired enthusiasm to create nutritional products that deliver sustained energy and endurance for all active lifestyles. Founded by a father and son duo, they recognized the need to create a great tasting, but nutritional bar that offers athletes and...

“From Russia with Avant Garde Love”

Russia, the largest country in the world by area, is better summed up by Fodor's than me: "The grandeur of the Czars, the brutality of Soviet regime, the literary masterpieces baring the Russian soul, and the onion domes of the cathedrals all have captivated the imagination of generations of travellers. Now Russia is shedding its Soviet past and creating itself anew. The palaces, cathedrals, and statues are all still there. But today's Russia is cynical and hip and full of contrasts. Trendy art galleries replaced the Soviet factories in many cities and fierce capitalism...


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“Be Like Water”

(Est. 2016) "Phyn is bringing intelligent water solutions to market that help people protect their homes, conserve water and save money. Built upon nearly a decade of research and patented technological innovation, Phyn is poised to change the way consumers interact with water and help solve the major challenges threatening the world's supply of clean, healthy water. Phyn is backed by Belkin International, a global leader in consumer technology, networking and the Internet of Things, and Uponor, a leading supplier of plumbing for residential and commercial spaces worldwide whose North American headquarters are located in Apple Valley, Minn. The company is headquartered in Torrance,...

“From Redscout, Moodley Brand Identity, and Blürb Studio”

To the delight of some but perhaps not others, a collection of Art Deco-inspired work with projects from New York, Vienna, and Krakow.

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With Russia being banned from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics for major doping during recent Olympics, some Russian athletes -- those with a confirmed history of no doping -- will be allowed to participate but since the punishment to Russia included no display of its flag or sounding of its anthem, these athletes will only be allowed to use this logo on neutral uniforms and casual wear.

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“2017 Year in Review”

The funnest, coolest, graphic-iest projects from the 44 Friday Likes published in 2017.

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Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted
Part 2: The Best Reviewed
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 4: The Best Noted
Part 5: The Worst Noted

 

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“2017 Year in Review”

Somewhat similar to The Worst Reviewed, The Best Noted leaves a lot to be desired for. Perhaps it's a reflection of my own editorial choices where the cool stuff gets Reviewed and the not-so-cool stuff gets Noted. There are only nine selections in this list and none of them are super exciting but still some pretty strong, valiant work.

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Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted
Part 2: The Best Reviewed
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 5: The Worst Noted

 

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“2017 Year in Review”

Each year this list gets less and less juicy with very few clunkers, which is a good thing for our visual environment as the bigger companies, products, and services all around the world are upping their game. There was a lot of work in the Reviewed section that wasn't super great or super fun with a lot of things ringing in as fine or boring at worst but few were truly appalling. Even the three identities that share the dubious honor of being included here are not truly, awfully the worst, but I...

“2017 Year in Review”

This installment covers the very best projects from the full-fledged Review section of Brand New. A reminder that votes from the polls have no sway in the selections.

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Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 4: The Best Noted
Part 5: The Worst Noted

 

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“2017 Year in Review”

If you were disappointed with the lack of Worst inclusions from the Reviewed section, this might satiate your need for disdain. Plenty of clunkers this year in Noted. Here you go...

See also:
Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted
Part 2: The Best Reviewed
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 4: The Best Noted

 

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