TheRedChannel is a cybercarnet about state-makers, mark-makers, and state marks by Andrew Papenheim. That is: visual identity, branded communications, the people who make them, and the people who use them. It is also more of a general exercise in the art of egg gathering. Andrew's New Year's resolution was to tweet less. Blogs, essentially tweetstorms to which – blissfully – the reader cannot readily reply, make a decent ersatz. Thanks for visiting.
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Visual Style Guide to the 2019 Federal Election
A survery of the graphics, layouts, promotional copy employed by the federal parties during the campaign for the 2019 Canadian Federal Election.
Visual Identity at the First Democratic Debate: Day One
Notes on visual identity for each 2020 Democratic candidate gracing the stage on the first night of debate in Miami.
I Have Perfected Resistance
The Mueller Report is out. What is the state of the design conversation around the most anticipated gov't document in years? Did Seth Abramson really go on a 451-post Twitter binge? I answer it all, and perfect the act of #Resistance, today on TheRedChannel.
The leader of the Alberta Liberal Party (unsuccessfully) threw his raunchy red hat into the ring. Let's consider what red hats mean as symbols, and what the heck to do with Alberta.
Democratic Convention 2020 Bid Branding
Municipalities are branding themselves to curry the favour of the DNC and win the national convention. TRC reviews what is wise, and what is not, about their efforts.
2020 Visual Identity: The View at the Starting Line
Off to the races! A field guide to the visual identity of the 2020 presidential candidates.