International Design

The arena of international design is vast, and Imprint sorts through the chaff, highlighting exemplary work created by international design firms and small studios that would otherwise remain unknown. With an eye to discovering unique sensibilities, Imprint covers topics such as typography, posters, books, magazines, and motion graphics, showcasing European innovations, Japanese design, and work from the Middle East.

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Google Noto: A Typeface That’s Preserving History

Today is the last day for Early Bird entries to Print‘s Typography & Lettering Awards! Don’t miss your chance to be featured among the greats in Print magazine! Enter today. Google and Monotype are making history. The two partnered together to create Noto: a typeface five years in the making. The new face can be used across...

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More WAR Design

We call it war propaganda, but these overt messages are more than propagating a faith. They are manipulating behavior for generations to follow.

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Where Happiness is the GNP

Peter Bilak has launched a Kickstarter to fund a documentary about Bhutan—and what we all might learn from it.

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.

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The Hyperactive Paperback

Steve Heller takes a look at Ruben Pater's "The Politics of Design: A (Not So) Global Manual for Visual Communication."

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Letters From Svenska

"Pyttans AB and CD to Learn" is a strangely delightful ABC book dedicated to the Swedish opera singer Marianne Morner, also known as Pyttan.

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Shadows of the Pasts

"Triumphs and Laments" by William Kentridge is a large-scale 500-meter-long frieze along Rome's urban waterfront.