As we approach our 75th year, we’re launching an all-new competition: Print’s Typography and Lettering Awards, with judges Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische.
The cover of Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita has sparked much intrigue. 80 renowned designers and illustrators, like Paula Scher, Jessica Hische and Matt Dorfman (shown above), interpret the cover in new ways. Take a look.
In this issue, we dive into the turning tides of typography. Hear from a broad range of voices advocating for classicism vs. flexibility in the type world.
In order for design education to remain practical in the face of the rapidly shifting technological space, industry and academia would need to blend.
Sometime in the 1980s this was a board meeting of the AIGA. The snapshot shows an illustrious group on a spring retreat.
I couldn't resist. How could I not open a letter to the great actor Robert Wagner, former husband of Natalie Wood and sometime guest host on TCM?
Snapshots were hard to pull off and ultimately time-consuming back in the day—as the materials for this Brownie Hawkeye show.
In the pre-branding days, when the field was called "CI," or "Corporate Identity," the Winter months were Annual Report Season.
"Mother Earth," founded in 1907 and co-edited by Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, was an anarchist American journal.
Steven Heller talks political posters with Mark Andresen, best known for his typeface "Not Caslon."