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Her publisher calls it “dah monstah.” As books go, it is a monster—7 3/4″ x 10 1/4″, 1 5/8″ thick, weighing more than three pounds.
Karim Rashid is undoubtedly one of the most prolific designers of his generation. His resume includes 3,000 designs in production, more than 300 awards, seven published books and more than 100 global exhibitions of his work.
Most nuclear war and fallout cautionary guides were designed to shock and scare. Yet there was also a kind of terrible beauty attached to the images that they provoked.
Today’s the day. March 31 is the Early Bird Deadline for HOW Design Live, so register now! HOW Design Live—in Chicago this May 4 – 8—is all about collective wisdom shared.
The sports site Bleacher Report and Creative Action Network present “Transcend: Sports Moments That Changed the World,” a digital art exhibition that celebrates historic moments in sports and society, with proceeds to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
So: Should you enter Print’s Regional Design Annual? You’ve already heard us talk about the benefits the competition can have on a designer’s career.
March 31 is the Early Bird Registration deadline for HOW Design Live. Register by midnight tonight to save $200!
French bar rugs are joies de typographie. These adverts for liquor and wine soaked up the cocktail of many a bar room stalwart.
I have a major soft spot in my heart for great-looking paperback book series. Italian publishers are masters of this art of surprising consistency.
Allow us to present Print‘s latest Designer of the Week, Rae Kreutzer, who talks tactile experiences, challenging the status quo and the joys of being a type geek.
Designer Stefanie Posavec, who works in London, and Giorgia Lupi, design director of Accurat in NYC, are data diarists.
In the Spring issue of Print magazine, Angela Riechers’ “Unsung Heroes of Design” brings to light how giving credit where credit’s due in the vast world of design can be difficult—even when it comes to the work of legendary creators.
Here, for your moment of eye candy Zen, is Sagmeister & Walsh’s latest project—a massive campaign launch for Frooti, one of India’s largest mango juice brands.
In the 1940s, the remarkable Reba Sochis was one of the very few women in the world of design (with the notable exception of Cipe Pineles Burtin, art director at Seventeen magazine).
In this historic issue of Print magazine, celebrate Print’s 75th anniversary with a one-of-a-kind feature from Debbie Millman and much more.
Designers and brand development Designers possess unique ways of thinking, and they have unique problem solving skills that are decidedly different than their more linear, analytical coworkers.
I love books that celebrate a company’s history — I must have two dozen of them, easy! My grabbing them up has less to do with my affinity for the actual corporation, and more with how much fun they seem to be having tooting their own horn.
FLomm is a design history video game developed from a class Steve Mehallo has been teaching since 2003.
Anyone who’s been to a HOW Design conference will tell you it’s an incredible, inspiring experience. But if you’re going to ask your employer to pick up the tab, you have to make a bold case for attending.
French bar rugs are joies de typographie. These adverts for liquor and wine were soaked up the cocktail of many a barroom stalwart.