About Charlotte West

Charlotte West is a Seattle-based writer who previously spent six years in Stockholm, Sweden. She writes about design and architecture for Print, Icon, Computer Arts and Men's Journal, and translates Swedish design magazine Form into English. Her first book, Projekt: The Polish journal of visual art and design, just came out from London-based publisher, Unit Editions (2011).

The Sicksystems

[Ed note: Print will be featuring one New Visual Artist per day while the issue is on newsstands. Keep checking back every weekday for new profiles on printmag.com. You can view the entire list of winners here.] Storefront graphics for …

Emmanuel Romeuf

    Album interior for Sand, My Sand. Client: Hannes Records.   Emmanuel Romeuf From: The Alps Lives in: Paris  Age: 27 URL: emmanuelromeuf.fr   French graphic designer Emmanuel Romeuf surrounds himself with an idiosyncratic display of objects that inspire …

A Reborn Sarajevo Serves as Muse to its Young Designers

— Up until 1992, Sarajevo was perhaps best known as the city where the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28, 1914 spurred the outbreak of World War I. But in the mid-1990s, the world’s eyes turned to the …

The Best from the London Design Festival

— OLYMPIK In the run-up to the 2012 Olympics, visual reminders of London’s upcoming role as host of the Olympic Summer Games have become omnipresent as massive infrastructure upgrades occur across the city and the Olympic Village is constructed. But …

Interview with Adrian Shaughnessy and Tony Brook

Although traditionally centered around 100% Design, the current rendition of the London Design Festival has offered up a spate of attractions and events for designers of all stripes. Among the highlights was the official launch of Studio Culture: The Secret …

Daniel R. Smith, Diplomat of Design

In a series of three annual city-to-city poster shows at Bumbershoot, an arts and music festival held at the foot of the Space Needle every Labor Day Weekend, Seattle curator and designer Daniel R. Smith has set out to explore …