Even seasoned designers can get into a rut. Professor, designer and author Denise Bosler shares how to challenge yourself today with a type lesson from her upcoming course.
This article from Grids + Guides in Print's 2014 International Design Issue takes a brief look at the SVA 26th Masters Series Award recipient, Tom Geismar.
James Victore takes us on a "typographical tour" of Brooklyn and Queens, critiquing everyday type and signage with his signature wit.
Grand Army founders, Eric Collins, Larry Pipitone and Joey Ellis explain their font choices, process, and other considerations for rebranding the USPS.
Gael Towey is an accomplished creative, and her short films "Portraits in Creativity" feature other accomplished artists. Her newest is about Maira Kalman.
Pentagram's designer Jesse Reed provides insight into how he and Michael Bierut redesigned Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin, logo and identity system.
This collection of the World Cup posters gives a bit of history lesson about the tournament and embodies the graphic design trends of the past 84 years.
Illustrator Leigh Guldig, who is one of the 20 2014 New Visual Artists, discusses her approach and process in creating the cover for the April issue of Print. Our art director also provides comments.
In this interview with Designer & Books founder and editor-in-chief, Steve Kroeter, he expands upon Rick Poynor's "Observer" column in the April issue of Print. Kroeter explains the origins of the site, managing designer's book lists and some designers and lists that have made an impression.
Have you seen our Luxe by MOO business card designs? The HOW+Print art directors designed two sets of business cards for the Luxe Project, a new initiative that features unique, limited edition designs created by various designers and printed on Luxe Business Cards. What makes this venture even more appealing is that 100% of the...