Image Galleries

Print has assembled some of the best online image galleries for your viewing pleasure, including the Image of the Day— a reliable favorite. Peruse collections of various designs grouped by specific themes, designers/firms and commonalities. Design inspiration is at your fingertips with these curated collections of images.

2012 Creativity+Commerce Competition Winners

  The Creativity+Commerce competition is Print’s annual showcase of the best in business graphics, from corporate logos and annual reports to websites, branding campaigns, and packaging. Below, you will find all of the above, as well as several posters, two holiday cards, a New York City retail store, and the program for a Gustav...

2012 Hand Drawn Illustration Competition Winners

This is the second year of our Hand Drawn competition, which celebrates the best in illustration. To help us make sense of a crowded field, we asked for advice from the celebrated Los Angeles–based artist and designer Akiko Stehrenberger. “Judging this competition was no easy task,” she says. “There were so many talented artists...

Image of the Day, August 24, 2012

The stunning collector’s edition of Mark Z. Danielewski’s The Fifty Year Sword, which features a deluxe slipcase with five metal latches, Nepalese binding (an exposed, specially stitched spine), and a signed frontispiece. Design by Peter Mendelsund. Image of the Day Archive 

2011 Creativity + Commerce Competition Winners

The Creativity + Commerce competition is meant to highlight the best business-focused design from around the world: logos, identities, annual reports, advertising campaigns, signage, and corporate brochures. But over the years, that world has sometimes seemed very small indeed, with very few international winners at all. We’re happy to report that this year’s finalists...

Dialogue: Arachne for the Digital Age

The New York–based textiles company Maharam is a fourth-generation, family-run business. It has been reinvented by each successive generation, which probably accounts for its unusual longevity in the dysfunctional realm of family businesses. Louis Maharam, its founder, was a Russian immigrant who started out selling fabric remnants from a pushcart on the Lower East...

Poster Children

A new generation of designers revives the quintessential Polish art form. A poster for the Polish release of Citizen Kane 2010, by Homework. Henryk tomaszewski created a colorful broadside for Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane in 1948, when the film arrived in postwar Poland. More than half a century later, Jerzy Skakun and his partner,...

Color in Design Awards 2011

Last year, Print and our sister publication, HOW, teamed up with Pantone to cohost the first ever Color in Design Awards. A team of color experts from Pantone and the design industry (Pantone’s marketing director, Giovanni Marra; Print’s former art director, Tonya Douraghy; and the Imprint color columnist and Imprint contributing editor, Jude Stewart)...

Scenes from a Revolution

Photo by Hossam el-Hamalawy   The Egyptian revolution was an uprising of all classes and all ages in which over 800 people lost their lives. It was also a war of words and images, a creative outpouring of anger and hope, in which Egyptians joined together to say and to show that they wanted...

Breaking Through Boundaries — Dialogue with Paola Antonelli

— She is the best friend that graphic design and typography have in the museum world. Conceiver of such exhibitions as “Safe: Design takes on Risk,” “Humble Masterpieces: Everyday Marvels of Design,” and “Design and the Elastic Mind,” Paola Antonelli, senior curator in the Architecture and Design department at the Museum of Modern Art,...