The Regional Design Annual final deadline is just days away. This isn't just another design competition. When you flip through the pages of Print magazine where the winners appear, you'll understand just why the RDA is more. It's an American treasure.
Part of the allure of the Regional Design Annual is being included in this best-selling issue. View some of the most memorable covers enclosing the RDA. Plus, new this year, six winners (one from each region) will be awarded an all expense paid trip to HOW Design Live 2015.
Calling all designers from every corner of the U.S.: The 2014 Regional Design Annual deadline is nearing. We are officially in the home stretch and time is of the essence. So, why exactly should you enter the RDA? Here are five reasons.
Planning for life's special moments, like a wedding, are never stressful, right? The team at Knock Knock dives into the details behind their RDA winning 100 Reasons Not to Panic series.
These covers for Harvard Review (a literary journal) are comprised of geometric forms which take a cue from the angular and curvilinear forms found in the typeface used for the journal's title (a modified version of House Industries' Neutraface).
We're excited to introduce you to the 2014 New Visual Artists. Get a taste of their work and learn a bit about each talented individual with this year's 20 under 30.
The Annual is seen by thousands of creative professionals and is an essential resource for art directors and studios. But we wouldn't want to take our word for it! Here, past RDA winners share their experience with the competition, their reasons for entering and how it has helped them to grow their business and...
We are pleased to announce that Caleb Bennett (follow him on twitter @_calebbennett), WIRED senior art director, will be one of our six esteemed RDA judges. Bennett, a Texas native, is looking forward to his first time at bat selecting winning designs from the Southwest region entires. If you are a designer from the Southwest, you’ll...
Meet the cover artist for the April issue of Print and one of the 2014 New Visual Artists: Leigh Guldig.
Given our current online environment, you’d think that comic book censorship would be a thing of the past. Well, not quite. Whether the contents are satirical, sexual or just plain sick, comics creators continue to battle the forces of repression. And when it comes to the web, it’s one thing to post whatever you...