To raise awareness about individuals with Autism, our crew created a series of designs, illustrations, photography and imagery to celebrate Autism month. Take a look at our Instagram feed to see the series.
Building the City of Tomorrow.
Nice to see our identity for the Tribeca Film Festival on display in NYC last week.
Lovely write up about our Freewheel work on BP&O today. Check out the full story here.
COLLINS designers created a series of designs, illustrations and images to celebrate International Women’s Day and the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. Learn more here.
COLLINS Partner Lee Maschmeyer talks about 5 sensible places to start when designing a customer experience. Read the full article here.
We are honored to have our work for the AIGA and Target featured in this years Type Directors Club Annual.
Custom screen printed t-shirts by our very own Clay Kippen.
We worked closely with Airbnb to create a campaign promoting their Hawaii offering. Check out some amazing places to visit in Hawaii now.
Welcome, Teemu! Prior to joining Collins, Teemu served as Creative Director at Wolff Olins. Before Wolff Olins, Teemu was a Founding Partner of the Helsinki and New York-based full-service agency, Kokoro & Moi, working across the strategy, brand identity, and design sectors. To read the full announcement, click here.
We’re excited to announce that our Spotify work was featured in Design Week’s list of “Designs that Defined 2015.” Have a look at the full article here.
We are honored to have our work selected as Fast Company’s Best Branding of 2015. To see the seven programs from around the world that made the cut, click here.
Brian Collins will be speaking at his alma mater, the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, on Thursday, February 11.To register click here here.
Richard Baird placed our redesign of Target’s Room Essentials among the five best projects of 2015 on BP&O. Very honored to be included on the list.
Design Week just named our work with Spotify as one the most influential identity and design projects of the year. See the full review here.
Collins President Amber Guild chats with Laura Dunn of the Huffington Post about leadership, challenges, mentorship and what we hope to accomplish in the next year here at Collins. Read the full article here.
Happy Holidays from all of us here at COLLINS! See you in 2016.
Leland discusses with NPR the emergence of the hot holiday gift this year and how it’s fires have been linked to new manufacturing processes in China. Read the full article here.
In response to PepsiCo executive Brad Jakeman’s spirited presentation at the Masters of Marketing conference in October, Amber writes “Amen, Mr. Jakeman” in an op-ed featured in Monday’s issue of Ad Age. Amber writes about the beginnings of her career in advertising, and witnessing the best and worst of the industry over the course of her 17 year career. She joined Collins in the fall of 2014 after an energizing conversation with Collins founders Brian Collins and Leland Maschmeyer who were trying to answer the same question she was: “Why should an industry tasked with building brands have a talent base that in no way reflects the diversity of the world we live in?” Hear, hear, Amber. Read the op-ed here.
Amber Guild was featured in Sunday’s issue of the New York Times. Corner Office, a collection of columns by Adam Bryant, is featured in the Business Day section of the Times and highlights conversations with top executives about leadership and management. In her conversation with Adam Bryant, Amber reflects on her childhood and how her experiences helped hone her skills to be the remarkably dynamic, honest and direct business leader she is today.
Read the interview here.