UXUS has launched an innovative food court concept in Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport departure lounge.
Ellen Shapiro explores the Roberto Burle Marx exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York. The undulating shapes in his landscapes have been highly influential not only in the design world, but also in Brazilian and international graphic design.
The 1934 World's Fair was an imposing display of corporate might and futuristic projection.
Designer Frida Larios has created a pantheon of mythical graphic creatures inspired by images found on on ancient Maya codices and ceramic vases dating from c. 250 AD. Today, her creatures can be found on the uniforms of elite athletes and in a museum exhibition in her native El Salvador. In July 2014, PRINT featured...
The exhibition WONDER at the Renwick Gallery features environmental installations by nine important contemporary artists. The result engages the senses: sight, smell, touch.
Steven Heller examines George Steere's 1905 price list of sign letters.
Earthjustice and The Creative Action Network have teamed up to launch a design campaign to protect wolves.
Ellen Shapiro reports from Abbott Miller's TypoGraphics conference session: Type often has a story to tell—it becomes part of the context, style, strategy, or truth of a client's message.
Nadja Sayej explores BurnrateBerlin, a postmodern concept shop and a throwback to the Memphis Group, which was founded in Milan in the 1980s.
A recent visit to Chicago reminded me of how enamored I am of its rapid transit. It’s so much a part of what makes Chicago unique and exciting to me. Chicago is one of those cities with a “sound” to it—San Francisco being another—and the elevated “L” system is the reason why. Much of...