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Iconic Western Stories & Fairy Tales Get an Eastern Makeover


South Korean illustrator Na Young Wu has been re-imagining western characters and fairy tales in a delightfully eastern fashion.

Designersgotoheaven.com - PETAL by Andreas Lie.


Designersgotoheaven.com - PETAL by Andreas Lie.

Designersgotoheaven.com - SEE by Andreas Lie.


Designersgotoheaven.com - SEE by Andreas Lie.

This Week in Design: Dec. 19, 2014


Are you in the holiday spirit yet? This week in design we are. From creative thinking during the holiday season to tools for a great photo book and even tips for hiring a designer, this week the theme is looking forward during this busy time.

Design Sweepstakes: Win 3 HOW U Online Courses!


Have you entered HOW + Print’s 12 Days of Design Sweepstakes? Today through December 24, HOW, Print and our sponsors are giving away a new prize valued at $200 or more, with a new prize every weekday!

W.A. Dwiggins Prints His Own Money


W.A. Dwiggins (1880–1956), who off-handedly coined the term “graphic design,” was quite a character. In addition to being a polymath of the graphic and typographic arts and crafts, puppeteer, playwright and sometime furniture maker, he was a cultural critic of considerable breadth.

PrintSnap: A Home-Built Camera That Prints on Receipt Paper (and Almost for Free)


Holding a physical photograph is a rarity in this age of digital photography, but Seattle-based electrical engineer Michael Ciuffo has come up with an unusual way to put lots of images on paper for very, very little cash.

Now Derby the Dog Can Run With 3D Printed Legs


Derby the dog was born with significantly deformed front legs, but that never stopped him from having a happy attitude or the tenacity to move around in the world.

Using Stuff From Around The Office, These Hilarious Colleagues Replicated Famous Art Works


While most of us just use gchat or scroll our social feeds while we’re bored at work, these employees had a much more creative idea.

The 25 Winners of Print Celebrates Design


Justin Ahrens challenges common ideas of what design success is and discusses how it is achieved by other means.

How to Make Stock Art Work in Your Design Projects


Sometimes it’s hard to create just the right image, texture or illustration for a design project. It might be a result of resources or time, but there is an option – stock art.

Designer of the Week: Sarah Osborn


In “Becoming an Idea Witch Doctor,” Stefan Mumaw shows you tricks to quickly formulate ideas for your clients using comedy improv practices.

Design Studio Spotlight: Franklyn


This Designer Spotlight appears in HOW’s January 2015 issue, the In-House Inspiration issue, which also gives you a peek behind the curtain at NPR, the details on 89 award-winning in-house designs, and steps for preparing for the inevitable—change.

Design Sweepstakes: Win $500 in Stock Photos from Stocksy


Have you entered HOW + Print’s 12 Days of Design Sweepstakes? Today through December 24, HOW, Print and our sponsors are giving away a new prize valued at $200 or more, with a new prize every weekday!

NPR’s Delightful Design


This article appears in the January 2015 issue of HOW magazine. Get all the latest issues delivered in print or digital format.

Late-Breaking Sneaker News


Pablo Medina proudly presented me with a new magazine that he has art directed called Sneaker News. Indeed sneakers are still news and there are always new models on the runway.

Every World Traveler Needs This Amazing Device


If you love to travel to foreign countries and charge your devices while you’re there, then you’ve probably accumulated quite a collection of international outlet adapters.

Bridges on Euro Banknotes Were Fictional, But This Dutch Designer Built Them Anyway


In designing the new Euro banknotes released in 2002, Austrian designer Robert Kalina purposely created fictitious bridges to represent architectural styles through European history.

Photographer Builds Detailed Sets in the Streets of New York (Then Leaves Them for People to Enjoy)


Walk down the street in New York and you could see a living room, bedroom or bathroom right on the sidewalk.

Design Sweepstakes: Win a $500 Credit to Envelopes.com!


Have you entered HOW + Print’s 12 Days of Design Sweepstakes? Today through December 24, HOW, Print and our sponsors are giving away a new prize valued at $200 or more, with a new prize every weekday!


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