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Ned Ryerson Would Be Proud

Do you remember Ned Ryerson from Groundhog Day?! Bing! Watch this! Bing! So, now do you remember?! Bing?

BurnrateBerlin: A Postmodern Concept Shop

by Nadja Sayej One peculiar little design shop has popped up in Berlin’s west end – it’s called BurnrateBerlin.

FINAL DEADLINE: Don’t Miss Your Chance to Appear in Print’s RDA!

The final deadline for Print’s Regional Design Annual is Friday, May 29! Don’t miss the chance to have your work featured alongside the very best designs from across the country, in the midst of a historic year—Print’s 75th anniversary, and the RDA’s 35 anniversary.

Commercial Artistry

If you were studying graphic design in the U.S. Armed Forces in 1939—design being one of many trades taught to recruits and draftees—this is what War Department Education Manual EM 959 would suggest that you include in your portfolio.

Fairness for Fontmakers

As more digital content is moving to flat-rate subscription services, font foundries are concerned that creators of quality typefaces won’t be able to make a living when their assets are controlled by near-monopolies.

Who Did That? And Why?

Ever wonder who designs everyday “stuff”? The stuff that is virtually invisible in plain sight? The stuff in, on or behind the counter in delis, drug and discount stores?

Weekend Heller: Typeface Recognition

The second annual Type As Language SVA Summer Residency chaired by Angela Riechers has just launched its website (here), which shows a generous case of typefaces created by the participants last year.

59 Award-Winning Poster Designs

The Regional Design Annual is the premiere design competition—and the only design competition that recognizes excellent work by the region from which it originates.

TYPO SF 2015 Conference Recap

Did you attend HOW Design Live 2015? If so, you already know it was better than ever! Help us top it at next year’s conference in Atlanta—join us May 19-23, 2016.

Designer of the Week: Bryan James

Motion Graphics: Getting Started is Easier Than You Think: In this download from HOW Design Live Conference, see how easy it is to start animating your designs with Adobe After Effects.

All Chwast, All the Time

Seymour Chwast, co-founder of Push Pin Studios, has been honored, celebrated and documented, but this week his definitive online archive is finally available to design historians, critics, students, groupies, professionals, professional groupies and, in fact, just about everyone with access to the internet.

Long Live the Book!

Bookworms unite! Explore these 8 captivating design history books from Print’s library. The predictions can be dire: The book is dead.

A Temporary Future Rises From the Ashes

It was the future. Covering 1,216 acres in Flushing Meadows, New York, the 1939 New York World’s Fair was erected on what was an ash-dump.

8 Imaginative Stop-Motion Animation Projects

Stop-motion animation may seem like a tedious endeavor, but the riveting results make it well worth it.

Herman Zapf’s Rare Sketches

Jerry Kelly, type historian and biographer of Herman Zapf, has announced a new Kickstarter campaign for The Zapf Sketchbook Facsimile edition project, which has just gone live.

Mad Men to George Lois: “No, F@¢# YOU!” (spoiler alert)

Have you created a knockout advertising design worthy of Mad Men? Enter it into the Print Regional Design Annual.

Color Theory Refresher

In 2015, Print is celebrating 75 years. Enter your work into the Regional Design Annual today for a chance to be spotlighted in the pages of our milestone issue.

Bradbury Thompson’s Genius

Bradbury Thompson (1911–1995) was the maestro when it came to the magazine as symphony. He so mastered the rhythmic tenor of his pages that one couldn’t help hearing music while turning them.

Creative Anarchy: Type Is Everything

Do you break the rules of design? Enter your design work into the Regional Design Annual, one of America’s oldest and most prestigious design competitions.

The Poster’s Place on the Planet

Elizabeth Guffey, Professor of Art & Design History, State University of New York at Purchase, is the author of Retro: The Culture of Revival (Reaktion Books, 2006), editor of the journal Design and Culture (Bloomsbury) and her latest book is Posters: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2015).