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Steven Heller’s Evolution: Lights, Camera

Read the Evolution column, “Lights, Camera” written by Steven Heller from the new August 2013 issue of Print. Be sure to pick up a copy of Print’s Photography issue today to engage with current trends and issues in the field. …

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Interview: Skyping with Noma Bar

Read “Interview: Skyping with Noma Bar” written by Buzz Poole from the  June 2013 issue of Print. The prolific designer and illustrator shares his process for incorporating color into his work. Pick up your copy of The Color Issue to …

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Print’s June 2013 Issue

This month we explore one of the most important topics in the design vernacular: Color. Nearly every story focuses on color, from Steven Heller’s look at the power of the color red, to Jude Stewart’s survey of color trends, to …

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Print’s April 2013 Issue

The New Visual Artists are Print’s annual picks of the best 20 young designers in the world, as nominated by a small and discerning group of judges. This year’s crop—technically 21, since Team Thursday is a duo—hail from Brooklyn, Iran, …

Charted Territory

What’s the role of designers in the age of big data?   Illustration by Erin Schell  Our lives are data saturated. Everyone seems bent on telling us so. Someone will insist that in November 2012 the typical cat was exposed …

My Son, the Art Director. My Dad, the Illustrator

Two generations of illustrators reflect on the family business.     Illustrations by R. O. Blechman (left) and Nicholas Blechman   There is a long-held tradition in certain quarters, dating back to biblical times, that sons (and, to a lesser …

Obsessing with Kate Bingaman-Burt

The Portland, Oregon–based illustrator and teacher on daily drawings, bleeding money, and the trouble with interns     Photograph by Liz Devine    Your new book, What Did I Buy Today?, is an illustrated journal for people to use to …

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A Man of Substance

Ken Garland in his studio, from the new Unit Editions monograph by Adrian Shaughnessy Ken Garland: Structure and Substance Written by Adrian Shaughnessy Designed by Spin Unit Editions 328 pp., $40 Adrian Shaughnessy has written a 54-page profile of the …

The Pencil Factory: An Oral History

  According to New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, the six-story art deco building at 47–61 Greenpoint Avenue in Brooklyn was built in 1924 for the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company. The firm had several buildings in the neighborhood dating as …

The Last Word

A new illustrated column         This article is from the February 2013 issue of Print. Purchase the issue, or download a digital version, at MyDesignShop.com.