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.

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,...

State Mottos: A Designers’ Atlas

— The project Fifty and Fifty, via the talents of illustrators from across the country, constructs a new view on America’s traditional state mottos. According to creator Dan Cassaro, the original idea, which came about during a road trip two years ago, was to do all 50 mottos himself, but then he decided to...

Little Black Books

  Fifteen years ago, Moleskine bet on paper and won. Now it ponders its future in the digital world.   At the beginning of my interview with two Moleskine executives in the company’s sparkling new Manhattan offices overlooking the Hudson River, I made a serious faux pas: I pulled out another company’s notebook.  ...

Image of the Day: April

  April 30, 2010   LIZ WOLFE   Liz Wolfe —   April 29, 2010   KATE MCCGWIRE   Kate MccGwire —   April 28, 2010   TYLER LANG   Tyler Lang —   April 27, 2010   COME DE BOUCHONY   Come de Bouchony —   April 23, 2010   ICE CREAM FOR...

The Story of “O”

—   Once upon a time, the film industry people asked the design people to create their movie poster but to make it like a logo–you know, for posters, merchandise, and branding. “Just give me the letter O,” the design people answered. “It worked for us on book covers, CD’s, TV, and theatre posters,...

Four designers storyboard their favorite scenes from Alice in Wonderland

— Lewis Carroll’s tale of talking animals and overturned social mores has been linked to vibrant imagery ever since Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published in 1865 with John Tenniel’s wood-engraved illustrations. It was Tenniel who gave us our image of Alice: the long hair, the Mary Janes, the pinafore. Film, born as a...

Image of the Day: March

  March 30, 2010   FLICKR: REMED_ART   Flickr: remed_art —   March 29, 2010   RE:COLLECTION   Re:collection —   March 28, 2010   CELYN BRAZIER ILLUSTRATION   Celyn Brazier Illustration —   March 27, 2010   IUKUSTUMBLR   Iukustumblr —   March 25, 2010   THE DIELINE   The Dieline —  ...

Image of the Day: January

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Image of the Day: December 2009

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Image of the Day: October

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