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Louis Danziger: Happy 90th

Lou Danziger once offered these words of advice: “Work. Think. Feel.” Work: “No matter how brilliant, talented, exceptional and wonderful the student may be, without work there is nothing but potential and talk.” Think: “Design is a problem-solving activity. Thinking is the application of intelligence to arrive at the appropriate solution to the problem.”

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Memories of JC (Jean-Claude Suares)

In the wake of the tragic passing of JC Suares, an art director of the New York Times OpEd page, we take a minute to pay tribute to a man who helped launch numerous careers, including that of a valued Print contributor — Steven Heller.

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40 Days of Dating: Will Opposites Attract?

She’s a hopeless romantic in search of love while he is a serial dater who is well aware of his inability to commit. Designers Jessica Walsh & Timothy Goodman embark into dangerous territory — dating — and will document it all with art.

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Will Burtin’s Beauty

Within a 1955 insert of Print, there was an insert written and designed by Will Burtin titled “A Program in Print: Upjohn and Design” seamlessly folded into the magazine.

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Words – and Images – on Ed Fella

Ed Fella’s AIGA Medalist profile sums him up succinctly: He’s “one of the most influential designers of the last quarter century.” And now he’s retiring. But having been friends since I first interviewed him for Emigre back in 1993, I …

In the Studio: Browns

We visited Jonathan Ellery, the founder of Browns, in the firm’s office to talk about his distracting cats and primitive typing skills.     Photography by Christine Navin   Location London Bridge, Bermondsey, southeast London Year started 1998 Size 3,000 …

Dialogue: Arachne for the Digital Age

The New York–based textiles company Maharam is a fourth-generation, family-run business. It has been reinvented by each successive generation, which probably accounts for its unusual longevity in the dysfunctional realm of family businesses. Louis Maharam, its founder, was a Russian …