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07 31 2014

This week I sat down with Adam Martin of the Makers of Sport podcast series for a chat about my career and the impact of design on the business of sports. Give it a listen here.

05 19 2014

Today the Charlotte Bobcats have officially changed their name back to the Hornets. Very excited to see the primary logo I helped bring to life finally become a part of basketball’s visual heritage. It’s a childhood dream come true for me. Big congrats to Brand Jordan, Rare Design and Hornets fans everywhere for what hopefully is a great new chapter for the franchise. link

02 01 2014

Beginning today, I am now the Design Director of Innovation at the New York office of Interbrand, focused on expanding the agency’s creative processes, service offerings and design thinking capabilities. This is a move I’ve been wanting to make for some time, expanding my role from a focus on identity design to broader design thinking and industry thought leadership, and I can not wait to get started.

01 29 2014

Thrilled to announce that I’ve been included in Fast Company magazine’s list of the 1,000 Most Creative People in Business, a compilation of members of previous MCP classes. Complete with a dedicated page on the Fast Company homepage: link

12 22 2013

Yesterday, owner Michael Jordan unveiled the new visual identity for the 2014–15 Charlotte Hornets NBA team, a project I’m pleased to announce I helped develop for Jordan Brand alongside the fine folks at Rare Design and with the aid of collaborator David Iglesias. Excited to share the full case study soon.

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LeBron James identity
2011

With his move to the Miami Heat and subsequent uniform number change, LeBron James’ brandmark was no longer viable and required an update. The brief was appropriate the simple, iconic crown from within his existing logo and evolve it to stand out among other crown logos in the marketplace. After extensive exploration, the solution emerged to create the rim of the crown out of the athlete’s initials, and incorporate the original crown as the crest atop the new logo.

David Creech, CD
Darrin Crescenzi, design