On Nov. 12 I will be the host for a wonderful array of talks on the state of design books: DESIGNERS & BOOKS FESTIVAL: ONSTAGE & OFFSTAGE.
Lindsay Adler, a New York City-based fashion photographer and educator, offers her best tips for creating the perfect print.
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.