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America has battled homegrown fascists and Nazis since the early 20th century through interventions, publications and satire.
Just as we’re starting to feel winter’s icy bite, Pantone’s annual Color of the Year announcement injects a much-needed shot of springtime.
Gustav Jensen called himself a “Designer to Industry” and created some of the most stylish packaging and products of the late ’20s and early ’30s.
Editor’s Note: This project won Best of Region for the Southwest in PRINT’s 2016 Regional Design Awards.
Editor’s Note: The following article continues Johan Liedgren’s series on storytelling and its role in crafting narrative in design, advertising and film.
“Futura. Die Schrift.” is an exceptional exhibition and catalog (edited by Petra Eisele, Annette Ludwig and Isabel Naegele, and published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt, Mainz) at the Gutenberg Museum in Germany through April 2017.
Steven M. Johnson’s new book, Patent Depending, is a collection of work done between 1984 and 2016. It consists of old work, mostly, he insists.
Showcase your work among the finest design in the USA. Enter the 2017 Regional Design Awards today. “What did you do during the Legibility Wars?
Art Spiegelman is the rejuvenator of many comic art forms and the originator of more. Maus earned him a Pulitzer Prize, but this masterpiece is just the tip of a monument built on three centuries of comics history.
We hear about International Style, also known as Swiss Style, often. And for good reason. The asymmetrical organization of design elements captivates the eye and the mind.
PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week Ashley Batton is an in-house designer at a fast-paced fashion startup in San Francisco, as well as a letterer and calligrapher with a love for designing prints, cards and wedding suites.
As a baby boomer I am one of millions who must find ways to manage, donate or dispose of decades of stuff.
As we gear up for today’s Typography & Lettering Awards deadline (enter now!), we’re celebrating by pulling together a list of our most popular type and lettering articles from the past year, and all time.
John Baeder, the great American photorealist painter with a focus on roadside America (notably diners), has gone from having his feet firmly planted on the ground to soaring high in the heavens.
Tokyo graphic designer Kenya Hara’s name is synonymous with the changing face of contemporary Japanese design.
Designer-publishers sometimes do the darnedest things. That is certainly one way of understanding why London publishing imprint GraphicDesign& has an ampersand at the end of its name.
When Gabe Fowler, editor and publisher of the comic tabloid Smoke Signal, devised the idea of handing out a free special issue by the tens of thousands from the back of a van during the Women’s March in Washington D.C.
We’re in a more sustainable world where paper companies do far less elaborate paper samples. That’s a good thing for the globe, but I’m still nostalgic and wistful for those collectible feats of design extravagance that started in the ’70s and spread through the ’80s.
As The Los Angeles Times reported in 1989: “Thirteen years after he appeared in a Dewar’s Profile ad (‘Wildlife Conservationist; International Airline Pilot’), David O.
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