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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The Bankrupt Country

Die Pleite (Bankrupt) was a radical, left-wing publication associated with the DADA Berlin movement from 1919–1924.

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La Novella de Hoy

La Novella de Hoy was a series of novels, first published in 1922, featuring renowned partners and graphics, groundbreaking and surprisingly ribald images.

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Menage a Homage Deux

Lithuanian-born, Polish-based Stasys Eidrigevicius is known for his surreal posters and illustration—as well as fantastical masks, stage sets and paintings.

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Who’s Your Daddy

Were classic French and American icons the source of the cliched socialist realism so popular during the Soviet era?

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Bosnia and Herzegovina Style

Sarajevo-based designer and professor of industrial design Asim Đelilović just published "Museum in Exile," a brand new history of this hot-button region.

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An Arabic Typography Community

Tarek Atrissi's design studio Tarek Atrissi Design takes a typographic and cross-cultural approach to all projects, including Arabic typography.

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Red Type

Steven Heller saves a pamphlet by Karl Marx (on The Civil War in France) from its way to the garbage dump.