Imprint: Print Magazine’s Design Blog

Imprint is Print’s design blog and community, with a rich daily selection of stories and opinion from the likes of Steven Heller, Seymour Chwast, Paula Scher, Rick Poynor, Debbie Millman, Paul Shaw and many others. It’s the best design blog for news, commentary, designer profiles, inspiration, and archival materials from unseen corners of the design world.

Designer of the Week: Julian Glander

Meet Julian Glander, a 3D artist with a gift for creating unique commercial illustrations, playful animations and pieces that make you think.

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Designer of the Week: Rikke Elverdam

Freelance designer Rikke Elverdam brings handmade type, artful side projects and fresh inspiration to this week's edition of Designer of the Week.

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Designer of the Week: Yehuda Devir

Call for entries: The International Design Awards early-bird deadline is August 14. Tel Aviv–based Designer of the Week Yehuda Devir spends his time illustrating posters, comics, books and the like, and when he’s not doing that, he’s illustrating his life adventures with his wife, Maya Zeltzer, who’s also an illustrator and graphic designer. Take a look at some...

Designer of the Week: Jesse Johanning

Jesse Johanning, a graphic designer at Sub Rosa, discusses his recent art direction of Sub Rosa's beautiful biannual print publication, La Petite Mort.

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Designer of the Week: William Herring

Call for entries: The International Design Awards early-bird deadline is August 14. We’re not sure how many times Brooklyn-based William Herring has had to specify “like the fish” when telling people his name, but he did make it his domain name, which we just love. A move like that seems fitting for this funny, sincere guy who identifies as a creative director,...

Designer of the Week: Giga Kobidze

Take a look at the stunning work of multidisciplinary creative Giga Kobidze, who's fascinated by "the convergence of art, design, music, technology & life."

Designer of the Week: Johan Rijpma

There's a wow factor in Johan Rijpma's work, perhaps owing to the fact that he explores concepts most of us tend not to think about on a regular basis.