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If you know of Austrian-born Joseph Binder‘s work at all, it is probably the 1939 New York World’s Fair Poster or his creations for the U.S.
Meet Designer of the Week Camila Evia, an editorial designer and artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, who runs her own publishing house and magazine.
Dafi Kühne is a graphic designer/letterpress printmaker from Zürich and Glarus, Switzerland. Since 2009 he has been working full time in his studio babyinktwice, designing and printing posters, invitation cards, brochures and magazines for music, art, architecture, theater and film projects.
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I had the honor of writing the introduction for Janet Froelich‘s Hall of Femmes monograph. Now I have the pleasure of announcing the forthcoming Hall of Femmes book on Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, a Supergraphics pioneer, an extraordinary 88-year-old woman and designer with a fascinating life story.
As we gear up for Print’s next Typography & Lettering Awards, we can’t help but look back and drool over some of our favorite handlettered projects from last year’s competition, which was judged by Dana Tanamachi and Dr.
Galewill is a for-purpose company that designs social change programs, communications, advocacy and action.
Drew Friedman’s More Heroes of the Comics (Fantagraphics) is a comics nerd’s delight. His first volume, illustrated in meticulous extra-photographic style with brief biographies, shed light on the forefathers of the graphic novel and the fathers of America’s indigenous art form.
There are a handful of books that all designers must see, even if they can’t own a copy. Fortunato Depero’s 1927 monograph Depero Futurista, also known as The Bolted Book, because it is bound together by two large industrial aluminum bolts, is one of the key documents of the Modern movement.
What this country needs is more design history archives, libraries and study centers, and I’m happy to introduce a new addition: The Dowd Modern Graphic History Library at Washington University in St.
You may have already seen Arthur C. Gackley’s Bad Little Children’s Books (Abrams Image), an engaging collection of risqué (and manqué) children’s book covers that he has been creating since America was enthralled by Jazz Age hijinx and flappers riotously flapped.
Hoefler & Co.’s Operator typeface was selected by a panel of experts as part of the Best New Typefaces of 2016 in the Fall issue of PRINT.
The latest edition of Print magazine is a special one. Zachary Petit says it best in his letter from the editor: “There is a strong undercurrent to this issue, a theme pulsing just beneath the typographic waves, and it is this: illegibility.” Shepard Fairey shares his take on the topic with a strikingly beautiful cover design.
For the latest issue of Print, Jason Tselentis brought together a cadre of experts to find out what they believe are the best new typefaces of 2016.
For every variety of creative professional, attention to detail is key. The process of developing a work of art requires an obsessive eye for perfection—from start to finish.
What do you do if you are captured by a ruthless enemy in wartime? Such eventualities occur and standards of conduct have been established by officers and experts.
Dehumanizing an enemy and striking primal fear into the hearts and minds of war-torn societies and malleable citizens has been the job of graphic designers and other visually astute practitioners.
In this blog series, Sagi Haviv discusses principles of identity design as they manifest in trademarks created by his firm, Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv.
Typography is one of the most vital keys to successful design—and Print’s Typography & Lettering Awards is here to celebrate it.
I have long pondered this 1948 Saturday Evening Post cover by onetime leading American illustrator Stevan Dohanos.