Paul Shaw investigates the history of both justified and flush left, rag right settings, and takes a look at contemporary hyphenation practices—and issues like the modern-day design allergy to hyphens.
J.J. Sedelmaier partners with Peter Paeth to bring you this extensively researched article about commercial artist Louis Paeth, whose career serves as a wonderful example of how many illustrators and designers navigated the world of commercial art during much of the 20th century.
Need some inspiration before you enter PRINT's Regional Design Awards? Check out these 60 poster design ideas from last year's competition. Boost your work. Get discovered. Get in the RDA.
Hand-Lettering Experiments – Textures is the latest workshop from HOW Design University and Type Camp. As a fun, creative way to exercise creativity and typography, this workshop will inspire you in your latest type projects. Integrate textures and analog designs into your work today. This workshop is currently in session and is open until...
What do the typefaces of classic film titles say about the Golden State? Let's take a look at 5 films set in CA to find out.
The definition of typography has historically and continuously changed. Perhaps it's time for tattoo artists to be considered typographers.
Lettering artist Jessica Hische discusses what defines her work these days, why she's not interested in scaling her business, and why passion remains key.
Learn how Design Army's Pum Lefebure and her team collaborated with Neenah to revive the entire palette for its iconic CLASSIC Papers portfolio.
Happy April Fools Day from the editors of PRINT.
As a history nerd, I simply cannot resist going down the rabbit hole of the history behind great design. I found myself studying advertising design in HOW U’s online course, which discusses the history of advertising during the World War I era—which in turn piqued my interest. I decided to dig further into this era of advertising. One...