Designer Interviews

Print’s designer interviews reveal the thought process of top designers and art directors. The Q&As encompass conversations with numerous design leaders, and each designer interview provides insights on how these masters create such consistently accomplished work. Our yearly New Visual Artists roundups include designer profiles along with perspectives from the younger generation of designers.

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Love is Where You Find It

Steven Heller talks with Veronica Ettedgui, who has turned her project "LOVE: A Typography Challenge" into a new book.

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Designer of the Week: Alice Pomfret

Our latest Designer of the Week, Alice Pomfret, is a student in her final year of study. Read on to learn more about Pomfret's Scandinavian inspired design.

Meet PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, Al Power, who specializes in visual and brand identity and leans toward clear, playful illustration.

Designer of the Week: Alan Power

Meet PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, Al Power, who specializes in visual and brand identity and leans toward clear, playful illustration.

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Picturing Famous Comics Artists and Animators, at Ease

Explore portraits and interviews of cartoonists, comics artists, animators and more, all from Michael Dooley and photographer Greg Preston, who is currently seeking to fund a new volume of his book, The Artist Within.

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Designer of the Week: Jacquelyn Arends

Typography is one of the most vital keys to successful design—and Print’s Typography & Lettering Awards is here to celebrate it. Enter your best hand lettered or typography-centric design work today. Deadline: November 11, 2016. Designer of the Week Jacquelyn Arends specializes in illustration and logo design for boutique brands. She notes that her illustration...

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Mary Kate McDevitt Talks Handlettering

Typography & Lettering Inspiration from Mary Kate McDevitt “It just has to feel right. If I look at a piece and something’s a bit off, it throws me. That could mean an unbalanced composition, kinks in the swashes or flourishes, or wonkiness in the letters when the style calls for something more technically proficient....

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Type for Impaired Eyes

Steven Heller talks with Thomas Bohm, author of "Published Punctuation," about his research into typographic legibility for the masses.