As an art director, the intersection of music and art mean a lot to me. In fact, I tend to take it personally when its devalued, as both have increasingly been pushed to the fringes of culture. This year, my frustrations reached an all-time high this year when listening to a certain pop culture-based...
Highly respected type-design aficionados say we should all be watching these type designers. Read the February issue of Print for nine more.
Gloria Steinem and Barbara Nessim prove that you can continue to be relevant, influential and progressive role models in the design world well beyond "retirement age."
The Bauhaus school demanded mastery of multimedia design from their Masters, but few incorporated music, theater, and dance as astutely as Oskar Schlemmer.
Steven Brower reviews the tribute book, The Art of Richard Thompson, with a sensitivity to Thompson's life and work as showcased throughout.
Cuban artist Edel Rodríguez brings elements of his childhood environment and experiences to his work, which powerfully explores themes of politics, inequality, immigration, and social justice.
In honor of her delectable dropcap for Marcel Proust's Swann's Way, Print invited Jessica Hische to take the Proust Questionnaire.
Michael Dooley talks with Mike Salisbury, the art director behind the iconic album cover that distinguished the King of Pop from the rest of the Jackson 5.
Jude Stewart’s Beyond the Color Chart Bootcamp will teach you to wield color—including the color green, as detailed below—more intelligently in your graphic design practice. Register for this online course here. Welcome to part 2 in my mini-series on the new book GREEN: The History of a Color by French art historian Michel Pastoureau....
In the era of apps, Monument Valley stands out for its magical, ethereal environments and M.C. Esher-like designs. It's beauty worth playing.