Highly respected type-design aficionados say we should all be watching these type designers. Read the February issue of Print for nine more.
Scott-Martin Kosofsky creates specific type for each project he works on, which has resulted in successful design for many years.
The United Nations’ in-house design team works to create change with a target audience of, well, every single person on the planet
Legendary artist and writer Neal Adams talks creators' rights, social issues in art and—of course—comics, sans filter.
These 11 MFA programs offer a variety of specialties for those engaged in the noble pursuit of higher ed.
Tell the suits to take note of the new rules of leadership: Design-minded individuals are in a prime position to take over top business roles.
For any kid who went through a Crayola phase or doodled her way through high school, illustration seems like an ideal line of work. As with any dream career, however, the perks often overshadow the challenges. For every artist with a full list of client projects, there are quite a few more struggling to...
Charles Coiner's most impressive contributions are those in the realm of art directing fine artists. Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Jean Carlu, Georges Roualt, Miguel Covarrubias, Edward Steichen, A.M. Cassandre and Georgia O'Keefe all contributed to ads for companies like Dole Pineapple, DeBeers, Boeing, and Container Corporation, thanks to Coiner.
Bill Haig (Dr. William L. Haig)is one of a kind. He is the only Ph.D. in logo design and branding, and for good reason. Logo design and branding aren’t supposed to be something you can get a doctorate in, but he revolutionized the field by applying credibility principles to the process. Through his unique work...
Publishing design (magazines, book covers, CD cases, etc.) has been a monumental staple in print design. So many prominent designers who stand by the print medium have careers rooted in the publishing industry, and yes they continue to wow us with the tactile and innovative styling that only print can offer. So that’s why...