Print's latest Designer of the Week, John Hayden, is all about rebrands, building brands and finding inspiration at the heart of brands.
Designer Gerry L'Orange recently returned from a trip to Havana, where he surveyed classic Cuban street type.
Candidates are making their announcements and will soon seek to win the hearts and minds of Americans with their words, actions … and campaign logos.
At Print, we appreciate all design in varying shapes, sizes and media. While browsing through a myriad of vibrant designs from the Regional Design Annual and beyond, we sought to showcase a less common area of graphic design—the visual identity and package design for food trucks. What originally lured customers to walking up to...
Here, for your moment of eye candy Zen, is Sagmeister & Walsh's latest project—a massive campaign launch for Frooti, one of India's largest mango juice brands.
J.J. Sedelmaier looks at "50 Years Of Schwinn Built Bicycles," an illustrated tome published in 1945.
The Vignelli Legacy Graphic Design Workshop at RIT is a rigorous hands-on week of working with fundamental typographic principles.
Steven Heller examines a sketch by Paul Rand.
I once found a set of Speedball pen nibs as a kid. I was familiar with conventional pen and ink usage, but had never seen nibs like this before. It wasn’t until taking a calligraphy course in college (with Professor Don Anderson, author of “The Art Of Written Forms”) that I ran across them...
Michael Dooley discusses the work of Dorothy and Otis Shepard, two pioneers of American Modernist design.