Push has once again been recognized by REBRAND, the global resource specializing in brand transformations. Winning the 2010 REBRAND Distinction Award, the Orlando Museum of Art went through an innovative reshaping, consisting of fresh logos, merchandise and signs. In order to bring new life and increase awareness to the nationally acclaimed institution, Push also created an imaginative Web site utilizing classic geometric shapes now associated with the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA).
The highly anticipated December issue of Print hit the shelves this week and it reveals the winners of the 2009 Regional Design Annual. Among them are three Push projects. The competition received thousands of entries and is often considered “the most comprehensive survey of graphic design in the United States.”
For the past 14 years, Orlando Weekly has conducted a Best Of poll to determine the city’s best people, places and things. In this year’s edition, Orlando Weekly writers selected Push’s rebranding efforts for the Orlando Museum of Art as the “Best Makeover” in the Arts & Entertainment category.
Three Push projects have been selected to appear in Print magazine’s 2009 Regional Design Annual. Print received nearly 5,000 entries for the competition, which showcases the best creative work produced in the United States. This comprehensive review is one of the biggest issues to hit the graphic design industry each year. The following Push work appears in this December’s issue:
TASCHEN’s Logo Design, a respected and collective international volume of the world’s best graphic symbols, trademarks and logotypes, features four Push-designed logos in its newly published second edition. The logos for Push clients JEFRE, Bags, Orlando Museum of Art and Lynn can be found within its pages alongside brands such as MTV and Wrangler.