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In 'here i go, feeling again' The SVA Branding graduate uses poetic visuals and prose to provide comfort in hard times. Read and see more on PRINT!
The prolific UK word artist on nostalgia, his creative journey, and how he's used type animation to inspire joy in a dark time. Read and see more on PRINT! @MatVoyce
The Design Museum in London hosts a first-of-its-kind exhibition on the many ways design plays into the world's most popular sport. Read and see more on PRINT!
Bernardo Baghulho discusses his “liberating and intuitive” bespoke rubber stamp project. Read and see more on PRINT!…
One of the Most Prolific Film Poster Collectors in the World, The Graphic Novel of Mormon, and More -…
Noah Van Sciver reflects on his new graphic biography "Joseph Smith and the Mormons." Read and see more on PRINT!
When Washington, DC’s iconic Smithsonian Institute hired neighboring agency Polygraph to design their 2019 annual report, it came together like a dream.
MPS Masters in Branding student Amelia Nash seeks to bring the ever-present gender inequality issue to the surface through her project “Working Women, Unspoken Truths.” Read and see more on PRINT!
Joe Newton is a font-obsessed designer, educator, artist, and musician who lives in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. He recently illustrated his first book, Savage Love from A to Z, in collaboration with nationally syndicated sex advice guru Dan Savage.
Of all the experiences as a New York Times art director, meeting Mr. Oldenburg at his studio was the most memorable. Read and see more on PRINT!
Executive Creative Director Juan Carlos Pagan tells us why creative independence goes hand-in-hand with exciting, memorable work. Read and see more on PRINT!…
.@JasonReynolds83—award-winning author and National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature—discusses his prolific writing career that inspires young readers to discover their own stories. Read and see more on PRINT!
The Chicago-based firm Span took on a unique set of branding, naming and behavioral challenges around the invasive fish formerly known as the Asian carp. See more on PRINT!…
Dwight Cleveland, one of the most prolific film poster collectors in the world, discusses the art form. Read and see more on PRINT!
PRINT Weekly ❤ Helvetica the NFT, Lost and Found with Debbie Millman, Love, Collage and more. -…
Welcome to Erin’s (not so average) Burn Book. Rather than people, she takes a look at and provides insightful commentary on pervading social trends that are primed for critical discourse.
Joshua Glenn & Rob Walker began creating the book Lost Objects: 50 Stories About the Things We Miss & Why They Matter following the success of Significant Objects, a project-turned-book where they collected fictional stories inspired by thrift store finds
The Poster House Block Party is part of Festival of New York, a citywide celebration featuring 200+ diverse organizations with events from Memorial Day to Labor Day 2022. Read and see more on PRINT!…
The Story Behind Virginia Woolf’s Classic Book Covers, the Data Visualization Society’s New Publication “Nightingale,” and More -…
Virginia Woolf’s covers are unabashedly recognizable by virtue of the fact that they were all designed by her sister, Vanessa Bell. Read and see more on PRINT!
Inspired by her travels, Reema set out on a 100 day journey to explore how various cultures around the world define love. Read and see more on PRINT!
The new book by @loyalkaspar co-founder Beat Kaspar Baudenbacher dives into the deep end of branding to analyze its impact on our society.
There is something eerily beautiful about 1920s–’30s Italian Rationalist architecture (aka Fascist architecture). A neoclassical-neobaroque veneer gives its brutal and futuristic aesthetic a type of beauty from the beast. Read and see more on PRINT!
Certain typefaces have a regal air about them, & @ViolaineJeremy‘s Eros fits this bill. The font was inspired by the German typographer Otto Eckmann, whose typeface was influenced by Japanese calligraphy and medieval font design. See more on PRINT
Joshua Glenn is a consulting semiotician and coauthor of The Adventurer’s Glossary and Lost Objects. He is editor of and the MIT Press’s Radium Age series of reissued proto-science fiction novels Read and see more on PRINT!
Chip Kidd—award-winning designer, musician, author, and all around rock star—joins for his fifth time to talk about his recent projects and so much more. Read and see more on PRINT!
Patterning New York is a project that looks for inspiration in The Big Apple's intricate architecture and plant life. Read and see more on PRINT!
Jason Forrest discusses the @DataVizSociety’s new publication, “Nightingale.” Read and see more on PRINT!
In this road trip-inspired Follow Friday, we searched for some of the most interesting artistic voices in the southeast region of America. Read and see more on PRINT!
Design critic Virginia Postrel on why you can't blame vacationers or airline layoffs for the four-hour security lines. Read and see more on PRINT!
PRINT Weekly 🦩 Reconnect with your inner child with playgrounds, sketchbooks, and big ideas…lZ
One thing is certain this Fall: The propaganda wars will swing into full gear, if they haven't already.
Like most people, Prachi is surrounded by a myriad of objects that she uses in her daily life. For 100 days, she explores her universe of branded objects and rediscovers their purpose through mini clay sculptures. Read and see more on PRINT!
.@YinkaIlori_ bestowed the UK’s Parsloes Park with a vibrant play paradise called The Flamboyance of Flamingos, co-commissioned by public art project @Create_London and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Read and see more on PRINT!
Given the pain of air travel these days, Steven Heller is quenching his thirst for the City of Light with a vintage catalog of Parisian lampposts. Read and see more on PRINT!…
The Brilliance of Boat Lettering in Brazil, a Diary of War in Ukraine, and More -…
When the Spanish government proposed an abortion ban, Carles García O’Dowd began working on a massive tableaux designed to map the fear of losing reproductive freedom. Read and see more on PRINT!
Samantha Bellisfield is using the daily Wordle answer as a prompt for 100 days to toy with the fundamental elements of some of our most widely recognizable brands. Read and see more on PRINT!
If you don't draw— why not? Ken Carbone waxes poetic on why one of the world's oldest mediums is essential to any artistic practice.…
isolarii has collected Yevgenia Belorusets' eloquently written yet nonetheless horrifyingly quotidian diary entries into a book. Read and see more on PRINT!
In Posy Practice, Steven Mayer explores material limits with 100 experimental flower arrangements cultivated from plants and non-organic objects he finds in the waterside neighborhoods of New York. Read and see more on PRINT!
This week’s five Instagram accounts are each wildly unique on their own, but together, they create a conglomeration of eclectic, rich, and moving work. Read and see more on PRINT!
“Letras Que Flutuam” documents the art of boat decoration found flourishing throughout the Brazilian state of Pará, along the Amazon River.
It all started with the question, “What’s your favorite color?” Throughout her 100 Days project, Taylor has chosen to dive into the anthropology behind the color yellow and explore the diverse meanings of this eye-opening color. See more on PRINT!
Bernadette Jiwa is an Irish-Australian author who was born into a house with no books, never went to college, became a writing apprentice in her mid-40s, & wrote ten non-fiction books in a decade. This year, she published her debut novel, The Making of Her…
The beloved drag queen Jujubee is one such artist, who’s been designing her character since she first found drag in Massachusetts at the age of 16. Check out our full interview with Jujubee on PRINT!
Mark Addison Smith describes himself as “a queer artist whose design specialization is typographic storytelling—allowing illustrative text to convey a visual narrative through printed matter, artist books and site installations.”
Graphic Protests, an All-Too-Timely Barbara Kruger Exhibition, and More:…
Described as a darkly funny meditation on creativity and family, Brad Listi joins Design Matters to talk about his new book, “Be Brief and Tell Them Everything.”
Today, David Zwirner Gallery opens an all-too-timely exhibition of recent works by artist Barbara Kruger. Included is Untitled (Your body is a battleground) (1989/2019), which is as sadly relevant today as it was when it was created.
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