Explore environmental graphics & wayfinding for Bloomberg San Francisco Tech Hub by Volume Inc.
Design Ranch harnessed the power of pink to represent The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City’s new brand identity design.
Explore the wayfinding and donor signage design for the New York City–based Whitney Museum of American Art, which opened the doors to its new building in 2015.
Read about this scrumptious invitation design for the Lowcountry Field Feast by Stitch Design Co., Best of Show winner in the 2016 Regional Design Awards.
The extraordinary, interactive book design for Bats of the Republic earned Best of Show for the Southwest in the Regional Design Awards.
As we gear up for today's Typography & Lettering Awards deadline, we're celebrating by pulling together our most popular lettering and typography articles.
Welcome to Design History in 150 Seconds—PRINT's look at the history of the field, takeout style.
American artist Charley Harper (1922–2007) drew inspiration from the environment, inventing a style now deemed “minimal realism” in the process.
As we gear up for the next Print Typography & Lettering Awards, we can't help but drool over some of our favorite handlettered projects from last year.
There is a strong undercurrent to this issue, a theme pulsing just beneath the waves of typography, and it is this: illegibility.