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.

Work by Designer of the Week Alexander Engzell, arguably one of today's most daring minimalist designers

Designer of the Week Alexander Engzell

Go to the portfolio site of Alexander Engzell, founder and executive creative director of Bonne Marque, and you’ll be greeted by a pretty intense intro, followed by an interactive exploration of his work. You’ll also be joined by some energetic music (expletives included). When PRINT asked its latest Designer of the Week how he’d describe his work, he turned the question back on...

3D Work and Bursts of Color by Designer of the Week Elroy Klee

Designer of the Week Elroy Klee

PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, Elroy Klee, is an illustrator, art director and creative who specializes in 3D work.

editorial designer camila evia

Designer of the Week Camila Evia

Meet Designer of the Week Camila Evia, an editorial designer and artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, who runs her own publishing house and magazine.

work by designer of the week Anthony Furia, designer of anti war posters, daily lettering side projects and thoughtful client work

Designer of the Week: Anthony Furia

Meet Designer of the Week Anthony Furia, whose eclectic portfolio showcases the variety in his passion projects—which include a series of anti-war posters.

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Designer of the Week: Tosh Hall

PRINT Designer of the Week Tosh Hall's eye for what makes a brand unique has helped him and his team to build unique branding around the world.

graphic designer and hand-letterer Jen Marquez

Designer of the Week: Jen Marquez

Meet Chicago-based Designer of the Week Jen Marquez, a designer and hand-letterer who can frequently be found sharing hand-lettered pieces with the world.