The process of developing a work of art requires an obsessive eye for perfection. Joel Grimes, whose photography appears in campaigns for a vast array of brands, is no exception.
The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial was among the international pioneering publications of photojournalism and pictorial commentary.
Steven Heller talks with Charles Traub, author of the new interactive book "No Perfect Heroes: Photographing Grant."
Let us start by acknowledging three universal facts. First: stock photography sites are packed, in surprisingly equal measures, with both great and terrible images. Second: something about the truly terrible images—as opposed to the merely uninspired ones—can be thunderously beautiful. Third: The two previous statements form an interesting tension worthy of examination. Why are...
Martin Venezky makes the phrase “blurring the boundaries between graphic design and fine art” into a non-cliché.
Veteran photographer Marcia Lippman reveals "a constellation" of photographic techniques through images that capture the hidden details of paintings and sculpture.
Geoffrey Hiller found an uncharted world … in Portland, OR. Here, he talks about his newest photography project.
PRINT is excited to introduce our latest Designer (and glorious visual artist) of the Week, Ryan McGuire—guaranteed to make you smile.
Steven Heller discovers the Errata Editions "Books on Books" series, and grabs a copy of Alexey Brodovitch's "Ballet."
Jake Marshall took on a face swap of an entire museum—from Egyptian mummies to Roman statues—at the British Museum in London.