Designing a product label? This infographic created by UK label printing company FastLabels serves as an in-depth guide to the process.
As we gear up for the next Print Typography & Lettering Awards, we can't help but drool over some of our favorite handlettered projects from last year.
There is a strong undercurrent to this issue, a theme pulsing just beneath the waves of typography, and it is this: illegibility.
The process of developing a work of art requires an obsessive eye for perfection. Joel Grimes, whose photography appears in campaigns for a vast array of brands, is no exception.
A great deal of brilliant and fascinating automotive design graphics were produced from 1900-1973, as seen in a new volume from Taschen Books.
Back in 1991, HOW asked 11 prominent designers: If you had to live with one typeface for the rest of your life, which one would it be?
Read about Philadelphia mural-making collective Mural Arts and its recent initiative, OpenSource, a citywide public exhibition about street art.
Explore the fascinating history of braille, as well as a new future for the design of this vital tool.
The history of illustration was once a topic rarely discussed in critical and academic circles. But today, that's finally changing.
We just sent PRINT to the printer, and are completely elated by what we and our amazing collaborators have created—especially cover artist Shepard Fairey.