A celebration of the comic legend, "Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of Jack Kirby" is open August-October at State Northridge Art Galleries.
The analog process of creating business cards has been digitized with the rise of on-demand printing — freeing them up to be anything you want them to be.
Here are a few of the distinct type trends most prevalent over the past two to three years.
In this interview, designer of the Week and HIDC speaker Evelyn Kim talks about Google product design, her evolution as a designer in tech and more.
Elbert Chu discusses how he created the watch of his dreams with no design background, the power of Kickstarter, and the beauty of maker culture today.
Caleb Heisey's work in book design, packaging design & wedding invitation design showcases his love for illustration, the art of storytelling—and monsters.
Nasja Sayej explores recent tattoo design trends from the underworld of body art.
If you have Print's Wearable Design Awards on the mind and are in the mood for a little inspiration, check out the best wearables from around the US.
by Brad Ferguson It’s the typestyle you either love or love to hate. Everyone has an opinion about Helvetica. Not surprising. It’s everywhere, as ubiquitous as gravity. Or to quote Erik Spiekermann, “you have to breathe, so you have to use Helvetica.” People who may not know much about lettering or graphic design—who may...
Jaymie McAmmond's recent career move has taken her from developing branding stories for Starbucks design to working on packaging design at an NYC studio.