Designer Frida Larios has created a pantheon of mythical graphic creatures inspired by images found on on ancient Maya codices and ceramic vases dating from c. 250 AD. Today, her creatures can be found on the uniforms of elite athletes and in a museum exhibition in her native El Salvador. In July 2014, PRINT featured...
The exhibition WONDER at the Renwick Gallery features environmental installations by nine important contemporary artists. The result engages the senses: sight, smell, touch.
Herbert Matter's logo designs reflect his training in the disciplines of painting, architecture and typography.
Ellen Shapiro reports from Swann Auction Galleris' latest auction, featuring “Art, Press & Illustrated Books."
Ellen Shapiro tracks the progress of the Mandela Poster Project around the world.
Print is not dead! Explore the marriage of design and books in Ellen Shapiro's account of the recent Designers & Books fair.
Every discussion about the NYC design scene has to include a discussion of real estate. It looks like design is moving downtown.
Ellen Shapiro reports from Abbott Miller's TypoGraphics conference session: Type often has a story to tell—it becomes part of the context, style, strategy, or truth of a client's message.
Ellen Shapiro visits the New York Antiquarian Book Fair and finds treasures of special interest to graphic designers.
Ellen Shapiro explores Earthquakes, Mudslides, Fires & Riots: California & Graphic Design—a book that's truly off the Richter Scale.