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.
"Shore Leave" by Ryan Mungia is a slice of history that is nuanced and iconic at the same time.
Roberto Blake covers out-of-the-box projects for fresh and interesting print design inspiration.
A crazy quilt of material concerning aspects of the Chicago Tribune that have injected themselves into J.J. Sedelmaier's personal and professional life.
Klaus Wittkugel was the most significant East German graphic designer during the '50s and '60s, but until now he was unknown in the West.
From the 1930s-40s, bright linen postcards with views of a faux painterly American landscape were the most popular kind of "wish you were here" sentiments.
What does this issue of Audience magazine, designed by Milton Glaser and Seymour Chwast, have in common with Tiger Beat's special Monkees issue?
Famed photographer Allan Amato created Temple of Art, in which his subjects took his portraits of them to another level by incorporating their own mixed-media visions of themselves as well.