If these beer labels and packaging designs say anything about the flavor of the product within, then you're in for some delicious spirits. And if these 13 Regional Design Award-Winners don't keep you warm this weekend, we're not sure what will.
Enjoy these creative poster designs and consider entering your own best promo-driven design in the 2018 HOW Promotion & Marketing Design Awards. Our judges—Joshua Chen of Chen Design Associates, Daniela Garza of Anagrama, and Mackey Saturday of Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv—await your work.
Print talks with the brilliant designer, writer and educator Gail Anderson, who will be judging the student section of the Regional Design Awards this year. Enter before April 2 for your chance to be featured among the best designs in the country.
Paul Shaw reviews Retype's Guyot, a modern interpretation of François Guyot's type, designed by Retype's Ramiro Espinoza. Find out why this serif typeface is a welcome addition to the increasingly crowded ranks of typefaces.
For more than 35 years, PRINT's Regional Design Awards has been honoring excellence across all channels of design. Behind each RDA is a panel of A-list design experts ready to unearth fresh talent and shine a spotlight on groundbreaking ideas. Let’s meet this year’s star-studded jury!
Spectators at the Winter Olympics are treated to an aggressive parade of brands and branding—but this year, 169 Olympic Athletes from Russia were forced to wear plain uniforms and march under a plain white Olympic flag. In terms of logos and branding, is this the equivalent of generic products from the 1970s?
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Khyati Trehan.
This wedding suite design by Columbus, Ohio's Studio Dixon won Best of Region for the Midwest in PRINT’s 2017 Regional Design Awards.
This award-winning identity design for Louisville Public Media, a community-supported nonprofit, helped them better position themselves for the future.
What sounds like a nightmare—designing 20 variations of a logo—became the thrilling center of Foxtrot’s rebrand for the Austin Film Society.