Kristen Uroda, will captivate you with her use of color and inspire you with her perspective on what art and design should create in our lives.
Take a look at some of Designer of the Week Owen LaMay's alternative film posters, in which he strives to mimic the eye of the director.
Jason Ratner thinks he may have the best job in the world. Not only does he spend his days designing, but he does so for the Disney brand—a brand he loves.
Meet PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, Isabel Castillo Guijarro, a Madrid-born, New York City–based creative who appreciates a good "wow effect."
Ellen Lupton: Curator, director of a graphic design MFA program, author, design critic, lecturer, DIY advocate and AIGA Gold Medalist.
The deadline for the 2017 Regional Design Awards—the industry’s most prestigious and well-respected American design competition—has been extended to May 1. Enter now! PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week Colleen Schikowski is a Cleveland-raised, Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary designer who says she’s been creating since she was old enough to wield scissors. Below, the soon-to-be graduate of Pratt Institute...
Meet Eddie Opara—designer, Pentagram partner and judge of PRINT's 2017 Regional Design Awards. Deadline to enter has been extended to May 1st!
The deadline for the 2017 Regional Design Awards has been extended to May 1. Enter now! Designer of the Week Hamish Campbell is a creative director at Pearlfisher New York, where he brings to the table diverse international experience across branding, packaging, retail and print design. Having worked with brands like Nike, Johnnie Walker and Ferraro in the...
Designer of the Week Federico Rozo is all about challenging himself; as such, he's produced a varied body of work—from branding to artwork restoration.
You’ve probably heard of PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week, New York City–based Leta Sobierajski. She was a PRINT New Visual Artist a few years back; she’s been featured in a multitude of magazines and on design sites aplenty; and she’s spoken at events all over the world, from Canada to Guatemala to Minnesota. As an independent art...