Steven Heller talks with David Senior about THE ELECTRO-LIBRARY, a small show at MoMA about European Avant-Garde magazines from the 1920s.
A crazy quilt of material concerning aspects of the Chicago Tribune that have injected themselves into J.J. Sedelmaier's personal and professional life.
Michael Mathias Prechtl was one of the most original illustrators to publish regularly on The New York Times Op-Ed Page during the late 1960s and '70s.
"People of Print" is published in the UK with the trademark "Print Isn't Dead," and "Neshan" is the Iranian Graphic Design Magazine.
Designer Frida Larios has created a pantheon of mythical graphic creatures inspired by images found on on ancient Maya codices and ceramic vases dating from c. 250 AD. Today, her creatures can be found on the uniforms of elite athletes and in a museum exhibition in her native El Salvador. In July 2014, PRINT featured...
This presentation of "The Black Pirate" is about the size of a regular envelope and filled with colorfully printed sets, characters and props.
Die Pleite (Bankrupt) was a radical, left-wing publication associated with the DADA Berlin movement from 1919–1924.
La Novella de Hoy was a series of novels, first published in 1922, featuring renowned partners and graphics, groundbreaking and surprisingly ribald images.
In Spain, the yoke and arrows symbol was the equivalent of Germany's swastika.
Lithuanian-born, Polish-based Stasys Eidrigevicius is known for his surreal posters and illustration—as well as fantastical masks, stage sets and paintings.