Explore award-winning poster designs from last year's Regional Design Annual and enter this year's design competition by May 29!
With Print’s Regional Design Annual turning 35 this year, we decided to break out the very first RDA and find out.
Sagi Haviv explores the benefits and drawbacks to choosing a wordmark over a symbol in identity design.
The final deadline for Print's 2015 Regional Design Annual is Friday. Enter today, and be part of the national design dialogue.
If you missed HOW Design Live, you can absorb some of the wisdom with these key takeaways. Sponsored by Moo.com
Beginning in the early 20th century, major studios like Gaumont, Pathé Frères, and Paramount commissioned posters to advertise their films. They occasionally hired established advertising poster artists like Achille Mauzan and Leonetto Capiello to do a poster for a silent film, but compared to the posters that advertised products or promoted concerts and dances...
With the deadline for the 2015 Regional Design Annual fast approaching, we decided to revisit 15 of our favorite books from the 2014 RDA.
Angie Myung and Ted Vadakan of Poketo will present at HOW Design Live next week. It’s not too late to join! Register now. Creativity and entrepreneurship always seem to walk hand in hand, whether a designer is launching her own business or a business-minded professional is incubating a creative new product. “Highly successful entrepreneurs can...
As we gear up for Print’s 2015 RDA, we’re bringing you the Best of Region winners from 2014. Here's a striking design from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
After 24 years in the type business, Tobias Frere-Jones founded his own practice this January, Frere-Jones Type, where he has kept busy working on new releases and commissioned work. Although Frere-Jones’ business is new, it’s built on a stellar, longstanding reputation forged working with clients like The Wall Street Journal, Martha Stewart Living and...