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Weekend Heller: Multilingual Design

Afsoon Talai introduces his company Golreezan, a multilingual design store offering products in Hebrew, Persian, Armenian, Arabic and Urdu.

Monotype Revives Its Reputable Recorder

Monotype in the ’20s and ’30s issued various magazines and journals, including The Monotype Recorder.

A Button Said It All

Through sit-ins and picket lines, CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) had success in integrating northern public facilities in the 1940s.

Jason Santa Maria, On Web Typography

The Print Typography & Lettering Awards showcases projects that feature great uses of type by any designer, handlettered work and original typefaces.

Body Language

War Ink was borne from the minds of Chris Brown, a senior manager at Contra Costa County Library, and Jason Deitch, who is a US Army veteran, social researcher and veteran advocate.

When Euro Modernist Design Met American Chewing Gum

“Typography needs to be audible. Typography needs to be felt. Typography needs to be experienced.” Do you agree?

Westinghouse’s ABCs

In the early 1960s Charles Eames was consultant to Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Eliot Noyes served as a design consultant and brought Paul Rand and Eames along for their respective expertise.

10 Real-World Lettering Designs

Lettering designs surrounds us all the time, every day, in our environment without us realizing it. It could be via clouds shapes, the curve of tree branches or the miscellaneous splatter of office supplies.

Designer of the Week: Ksenia Phillips

Ksenia Phillips For more than seven decades, Print has featured the best of the best in design. With our 75th anniversary year just around the corner, we’re excited to announce a new weekly online series that will spotlight a designer who is creating extraordinary work.

Rules of the Road á Français

Well before the current wave of infographics, there was another way to get vital information into the users’ hands: infographics.

Weekend Heller: Design on Wheels in Moscow

Moscow has such a storied design history that a museum devoted to it is essential. Organizing and maintaining a showcase-repository was, however, untried until 2011 when a team of young art historians, curators, architects and designers got an idea of how to make this project a reality, officially called the Moscow Design Museum—and also make a bus into what they call a mobile exhibition hall.

How Branding Launched Michael Jackson’s Solo Career

Getting your career started in the design industry can be a challenge, which is why we’ve put together the Branding Yourself and Your Design Career Collection.

Ode to the Doctors

Josef Váchal (1884–1969) was a Czech writer, painter, printmaker and book printer. In 1900 he wrote his first poems, by 1903 he joined the Prague Theosophy Society, and later became a painter and graphic designer.

Typography Terms 101: Everything You Need to Know

Print’s Typography & Lettering Awards is here. We’re looking for projects that feature great uses of type by any designer.

The Original Pinterest

I won’t try to fool you. I am not an expert in bobby pins (also called a bobbing pin, kirby grip or hair grip).

A Peek Inside the 2014 RDA

The 2015 RDA is now open for entries. Enter your work today for a chance to be spotlighted in the pages of our milestone issue.

School Days, Rule Days

In 1896, former school superintendent Edward Smith designed “The Bulletin Class Register.” Often we don’t even think about the design of these kinds of functional, commonplace ledgers.

6 Visual Design Principles. Told in Helvetica & Dingbats.

Learn new design principles from the industry’s top creatives at HOW Design Live 2015 in Chicago. It’s going to be better than ever!

Did You Know …

Did you know that Germans brought cooking and heating stoves to America? Did you know that they settled with their stoves in tow in Pennsylvania and they were the first house warming stoves?

More Magical, Turbulent History of The Color Green

Jude Stewart’s Beyond the Color Chart Bootcamp will teach you to wield color—including the color green, as detailed below—more intelligently in your graphic design practice.