Fast Co. Innovation Award

This month we’ve been selected as a finalist by Fast Company to receive the 2015 Innovation Award in Web Design for our work with Azealia Banks on her Wallace video. Go grab a copy of the magazine, or check it out at FastCo. Design.

CA Webpick

We’re honored to be featured as Communication Arts webpick of the day. You can check it out here.

Matt Luckhurst x Bloomberg

Bloomberg Business interviewed COLLINS Creative Director Matt Luckhurst on the best and worst typefaces for your resume. Emojis for the win. Read the full article here.

COLLINS President Amber Guild

Amber is our newest strong female lead, a digital veteran, mom and executive who leads with empathy, a quality much needed in today’s ever changing business world. She will help Collins change its culture of work so all can thrive.


Happy to have 6 pieces of work in this years Graphis Poster Annual.

Collins Wins Effie

The TDC, a 65-year-old organization that promotes typographic excellence, tasked us with inspiring designers to enter its 60th International Typography Competition. Collins created the “New Generation” campaign, the centerpiece of which was a 7-minute film exploring how type lives and breathes the time and culture it is created in. Entry submissions for TDC’s 60th Annual Competition jumped 11%, and Collins won a much coveted 2015 Effie Award for Arts & Culture.

COLLINS at Apple

Friends in the Bay Area: Brian Collins and Matt Luckhurst will present at the Apple Store May 7th, 6pm! Register here.

COLLINS at Gel Conference

Leland Maschmeyer + Brett Renfer will be speaking at the Gel Conference April 23. For more info. about the conference visit their site.

Print 75

Brian Collins and Christian Widlic’s poster for Print’s 75th Anniversary is out! See the other designs here.

Fast Company: Here is An Open Office Any Employee Would Love

Envisioning a space where a tight-knit creative group can come together architecturally to share ideas wasn’t easy, but Collins and Thiel Architecture made it happen. Highlights: A library filled with hundreds of art and design books and a spectacular view of the Empire State Building.