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The Germans are detail-oriented. I don’t mean to sound stereotypical, but during the Nazi era countless documents, books, newspapers, magazines and reference works of all kinds—no matter how seemingly insignificant—were published for the populace.
One of the great things about research is that it continually leads to further discoveries. Case in point: Enrico Prampolini.
As a history nerd (my undergraduate degree is in history), I simply cannot resist going down the rabbit hole of the history behind great design.
I couldn’t wait till March 7 to ask R. Sikoryak about his forthcoming book Terms and Conditions: The Graphic Novel (Drawn & Quarterly).
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Russian science fiction dates back to before the revolution. Yet it came of age in the latter 20th century.
For the first time in the history of the competition, the RDA will have an entire section devoted specifically to students, organized by category.
From time to time I look back at my collection of notes by, for or about Paul Rand. Over decades, many piled up, most were forgotten.
The only thing I don’t like about Bill Rose’s wonderful new collection of quotidian type compositions, logos and trademarks, is the title Junk Type (Rizzoli).
Early-Bird deadline for the PRINT Regional Design Awards is March 1, 2017. Enter now! PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week Charles PattersonI is a product designer at InVision who’s proud of the things he’s creating for the design community and hopes to one day write a book about how product designers are going to save the world.
There is no better evidence that design is essential to our popular and business culture than to have a series devoted to “The Minds of the World’s Greatest Designers” on Netflix.
So we might be a little late to the game here, but there’s no time like the present to show off someone’s talents.
When I was a kid my post office was “New York 9, New York.” The 9 was my postal zone. In 1962 it was changed to 10009.
As we gear up for the 2017 PRINT Regional Design Awards, we’re taking a look at some favorite pieces by our judges: Aaron Draplin, Jessica Hische, Pum Lefebure, Ellen Lupton, Eddie Opara and Paula Scher.
Everyone has a friend or two who is worthy of novelty or amusing greeting, birthday or anniversary cards.
Like most 1950s EC comic book “Fan Addicts,” as we were known back then, I needed my monthly eyeball fix of this publisher’s humor, war, and sci-fi titles.
German Modernism in interior design was given a showcase at the Section Allemande, also known as the Werkbund Exhibition, at the 20th annual Salon of the Société des Artistes Décorateurs in 1930.
Did you forget all about Valentine’s Day? At least you won’t forget about the Early-Bird deadline for the PRINT Regional Design Awards.
By 1924 electronics were the past, present and future. What to do with them, in addition to power for lights, was on everyone’s minds.
When renowned artist Yuko Shimizu first envisioned her three subway posters for the School of Visual Arts back in the summer of 2016, little did she realize how prescient they would be, considering recent events.