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An Ordinary Space


The Big Table Gallery is an interactive space in the Baltimore Museum of Art that changes themes on a regular basis to correspond to the collection and rotating exhibit in the museum’s Contemporary Wing.

Scott Snibbe on Music Apps + Eyegroove


Music and design are near and dear to many of us. But most of us have yet to fully integrate the two as seamlessly as Scott Snibbe.

When Saul Bass Met Hitchcock


Today is the last day to nab early-bird registration for Print’s Typography & Lettering Awards, judged by Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische. Enter your work and save!

Posters By The Gross


Richard Niessen of Holland’s Niessen and de Vries is a master poster designer. His posters were recently displayed in an exhibition ‘A Hermetic Compendium of Typographic Masonry,’ which has given birth to a book, the topic of my conversation with him today.

14 Festive Designs: Gifts, Websites, Awards, Invitation Design Projects & More


Have you heard about Print Celebrates Design? Sounds like we’re partying, doesn’t it? Well, we are! We’re singing about excellent wedding invitation design.

The Billboard Extravagance


Billboards are a uniquely American form of advertising. Sure, there are roadside advertisements in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, etc.

Design. What’s It Worth?


What’s the best way to manage your creative business finances? How do you go about pricing design work?

Design. What’s It Worth?


What the best way to manage your creative business finances? How do you go about pricing design work?

Through the Lens of Vivienne Gucwa


Enjoy an intimate meet and greet with New York Through the Lens author and photographer, Vivienne Gucwa at the NY Flagship Sony Store (550 Madison Ave) on Thursday, November 6, 2014 from 5-7 p.m.

Through the Lens of Vivienne Gucwa


The relationship between New York City and artists of all mediums is the stuff of legend. The city seems to draw out something artistic or literary within anyone who has a longing to create. A new book of photography from Vivienne Gucwa, who was recently named as a SONY Artisan, captures the city’s sense of wonder and longing beautifully.

Ivan Chermayeff’s Stamp Collection


Michael Russem is a Cambridge, MA-based publisher and designer of books and more who runs Kat Ran Press.

Snakes on a Virus


Ebola is a scourge but hopefully not a plague. To aid the world health organizations in their attacks against the deadly virus, illustrator and designer Otto Steininger started a campaign, and along with 20 artists who are contributing to the Art Against Ebola fundraiser, he hopes to raise cash by selling works by Aya Kakeda, Chris Gash, Scott Bakal, Edel Rodriguez, James Yang, Jorge Colombo, David Flaherty and more.

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.

Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me The Typeface


The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum‘s Bill Moran just announced the newly released app for the iPad, “Hamilton Type Match.” “It’s a simple type version of the classic memory game we used to call Concentration,” he said proudly, “and it’s intended for a variety of audiences, from youngsters to type lovers who want to improve their type recognition skills.” As the App Store blurb goes: Test your memory while learning about the history of American wood type!

Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me The Typeface


The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum‘s Bill Moran just announced the soon-to-be-released app for the iPad, “Hamilton Type Match.” “It’s a simple type version of the classic memory game we used to call Concentration,” he said proudly, “and it’s intended for a variety of audiences, from youngsters to type lovers who want to improve their type recognition skills.” As the App Store blurb goes: Test your memory while learning about the history of American wood type!

Weekend Heller: Swastika Reclaimed


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.

Excerpt: Archetypes & Brand Development Strategies


Margaret Hartwell (@MPHpov on Twitter) is an expert on brand development strategies. Margaret Hartwell is a strategy consultant, coach, educator and writer.

The Big Reveal: HOW Design Live 2015 Speakers + Sessions


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.

The Beauty of Letterpress and Engraving


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.

Separated Well After Birth


Here is one of those classic cases of influence getting the better of a designer. Look at this 1990 poster by Stasys Eidrigevicius (left).


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