From musically-inspired photo-realism to visually engaging objects, Designer of the Week Danny Jones' creations are as diverse as they are beautiful.
Herbert Matter's logo designs reflect his training in the disciplines of painting, architecture and typography.
Martin Vargic, creator of The Map of the Internet, just published his first book. Learn more about map design in "Vargic's Miscellany of Curious Maps."
Famed photographer Allan Amato created Temple of Art, in which his subjects took his portraits of them to another level by incorporating their own mixed-media visions of themselves as well.
Here Comes Kitty is the work of multidisciplinary artist Richard Kraft, a Jess for our age. Kraft has craftily transformed a 1960s Polish espionage comic into a mad, post-mod melange of Western religion and Eastern mysticism, Nazi spies and domesticated animals, the disturbingly chaotic and the playfully erotic.
Its never too late to stay in the holiday spirit. Holiday cards keep that spirit alive. So, Shruti Swamy, program director of the Book Club of California, a 100-year-old (and counting!) San Francisco institution celebrating fine press, California literature and history, and the art of the book, told me about an exhibition on view...
How do you celebrate the holidays? Our RDA winners have some suggestions. Check out some decked-out, holiday-cheering, gift-tastic winners from across the US. Still need some gift ideas? HOW Design has its 2015 Gift Guide for Designers. Or discover some swanky treats in the Print Regional Design Annual. Purchase it online here or subscribe. Happy Holidays!...
Steven Heller curated a collection of 75 compelling covers from PRINT's archives—and turned them into a unique book of posters and collection of postcards.
The holidays are finally here! We can now take a break from the mad rush of the season and reflect on the past year. As we look back on 2015, we revel in the marvelous designs and the creative minds who are leading the industry into heretofore uncharted territory. 2015 was an extraordinary year...
Michael Dooley presents the first of a series of graphic novel suggestions that either defy or disregard categorization as comics.