Covering Print Magazine, 1940-1953

The magazine we all call Print has had a half dozen different names since its inception in June of 1940. It was originally a limited-edition periodical that discussed the endless techniques used in the graphic arts industry, and even included …

Bob Gill Lends a Hand

There are few things more rewarding to an art director than working with someone you respect, and in that sense, my tenure at Print has seen an abundance of rewards. In the February issue alone, I got to hang out …

RDA Selects: Yes, It's a Real Pencil

We’re running selected projects from the 2012 Regional Design Annual along with quotes from their designers. To submit work for the 2013 RDA, click here—the early-bird deadline is February 1. American Odysseys book cover by YesYesYes Design (New York City): …

RDA Selects: Luring Fitness Phobics to the Gym

We’re running selected projects from the 2012 Regional Design Annual along with quotes from their designers. To submit work for the 2013 RDA, click here—the early-bird deadline is February 1. LifeStyle Family Fitness campaign by Spark (Tampa, FL): Mike Peters …

More Attractive Opposites From SVA Students

Last year on Imprint, we shared some intriguing poster designs by undergraduates at the School of Visual Arts, in New York City. They came out of Chermayeff & Geismar’s Visual Identity and Multimedia class, in which the three principals of the …

RDA Selects: Behind The New Yorker's “Rubbed Out” Cover

For the next few weeks, we’ll be running selected projects from the 2012 Regional Design Annual along with quotes from their designers. To submit work for the 2013 RDA, click here—the early-bird deadline is February 1, 2013. “Rubbed Out” cover by The …

Coffee Trikes: Coming Soon to a Sidewalk Near You

There’s a new movement percolating in the world of mobile culinary retail. If you spend much time on Kickstarter, you may have noticed it already. The food-truck trend, in full-force for a while now, is giving way to an even …