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BBC producer Mukti Jain Campion, who founded Culture Wise to produce radio content, today aired “Reclaiming the Swastika” on BBC Radio 4, featuring an interview with me.
Margaret Hartwell (@MPHpov on Twitter) is an expert on brand development strategies. Margaret Hartwell is a strategy consultant, coach, educator and writer.
Announcing Print’s all-new Typography & Lettering Awards! Whether you design your own typefaces, design type-centric pieces or create fascinating handlettered projects, we want to see your work.
And now, two series that have been making us drool for quite a while: Neenah’s The Beauty of Engraving, and The Beauty of Letterpress, featuring commissioned work from Jessica Hische, Marian Bantjes, Design Army, Tad Carpenter, Armin Vit, and many others.
Here is one of those classic cases of influence getting the better of a designer. Look at this 1990 poster by Stasys Eidrigevicius (left).
Mirko Ilic recently judged the prestigious 2014 Golden Bee Global Biennale in Moscow (as well as helped the parallel Moscow exhibition of SVA NYC subway posters).
The following excerpt is from Chapter 1 of the Type Idea Index: The Designer’s Ultimate Tool for Choosing & Using Fonts Creatively by Jim Krause.
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AG Fronzoni was an Italian graphic, furniture and exhibition designer and architect who was born in Pistoia in 1923 and died in 2002.
Are you similarly enthralled by color? Roy G. Biv: An Exceedingly Surprising Book About Color by Jude Stewart takes a clever look into the meaning of color and the emotional and social impact color has on our lives.
Below are infographics on steroids. French steroids. French Communist Party steroids. Just two years before the Nazi occupation of France and three before the division of France into North and Vichy South, L’Humanité, the French Communist newspaper, published this heavily illustrated infographic rant about The Monopolies (Trusts) Against France—what is today called the “1 percent.” It’s sadly comforting to see that the oligarchy or power center, our cream and France’s la creme, are virtually the same wealthy industrialists with similar greedy intentions.
Oftentimes design will celebrate a holiday or special event, and here at Print we like to, well, celebrate that.
When I was a kid, nuclear attack was the gravest fear. Every two weeks the air raid sirens blared and my class and I were ordered to “Duck and Cover.” Obviously, that wasn’t even helpful if a small bomb exploded in the schoolyard, no less a megaton device.
Sign painter Mike Meyer is bringing his hand-lettering workshop to New York on 29-30 November 2014, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
What design elements are as critical as the type your choose to convey your message? Print’s all-new Typography & Lettering Awards is now accepting submissions of your type-tastic creations.
New York is a Mecca for Art Deco extravagance. With the Empire State as its centerpiece, New York is indeed an Art Deco city, but art deco architecture is not exclusive to New York.
Ben Shahn’s The Shape Of Content is hands-down the best book about making consequential art and design and the pitfalls thereof.
Looking for creative resources to improve the success of your freelance illustration business? In her Interactive Business Development Bootcamp, Ilise Benun teaches you how to position your creative services to attract the right interactive clients.
Designing New York City’s wayfinding infostructure demands a delicate balance of user needs and the integrity of public space. In the early 1930s, having walked 3,000 miles of city streets, Phyllis Pearsall failed to sell her A–Z street guide to Selfridge’s department store and other London booksellers.
If you have to have guns, you must have targets, which in days of yore was called a targe. For function and utility the classic bullseye is one of the most perfectly designed of all graphic forms.