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 for Wired by designer Alex Robbins

Designer of the Week: Alex Robbins

Meet PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week, Alex Robbins, a U.K.–based graphic designer who specializes in book cover design, branding and illustration.

The Origins of Social Stationery Lettering

Many social stationery lettering styles have never been digitized and are still found in the Cronite Masterplate library. This article explains Masterplate technology and a little about how the Cronite library came to be.

sarah lawrence

Designer of the Week: Sarah Lawrence

Meet brand designer and illustrator Sarah Lawrence, who's particularly fond of creating illustrated maps and interactive public art projects.

kate manos

Designer of the Week: Kate Manos

PRINT’s Designer of the Week Kate Manos spent her first year out of college as an independent freelancer, refining her design chops as she created work for nonprofits, academic institutions and small design firms. Afterward, she built a diverse body of work at GOOD magazine, and then went on to become verynice‘s first employee in 2013. About to pursue her MFA at Otis...

kristen uroda for NPR

Designer of the Week: Kristen Uroda

Kristen Uroda, will captivate you with her use of color and inspire you with her perspective on what art and design should create in our lives.

work by owen lamay, illustrator of alternative film posters

Designer of the Week: Owen LaMay

Take a look at some of Designer of the Week Owen LaMay's alternative film posters, in which he strives to mimic the eye of the director.

Jason Ratner, designer of the week, graphic designer for the Disney brand

Designer of the Week: Jason Ratner

Jason Ratner thinks he may have the best job in the world. Not only does he spend his days designing, but he does so for the Disney brand—a brand he loves.