Print August 2014 Issue

Print’s August 2014 Issue

Print Magazine’s August 2014 Issue is the Lessons Learned Issue. In this issue, we take a look at how the past has played an important role in the present and future of design and the lessons we have learned along the way.

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Oh, Behave: The Observer Column

Rick Poynor on sexual representation and “Secret Behavior” magazine, created by collage artist James Gallagher. Originally published in the Observer column of the February 2014 issue of Print Magazine.

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Dreams of Drawing: How to Become an Illustrator in 2014

For any kid who went through a Crayola phase or doodled her way through high school, illustration seems like an ideal line of work. As with any dream career, however, the perks often overshadow the challenges. For every artist with a full list of client projects, there are quite a few more struggling to turn breakout Behance popularity into mainstream recognition. The industry is saturated, the competition is fierce, and the internet—the proverbial blessing and curse—has turned everyone (or is it no one?) into illustration superstars with hoards of followers.

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Print’s June 2014 Issue

In this issue, we take a look at how the entrepreneur shift has paved the way for a new chapter in social innovation design and delve into what being a design entrepreneur really means. Plus get insight into what it takes to break into the world of illustration.

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Leigh Guldig on her Cover Illustration for Print

Illustrator Leigh Guldig, who is one of the 20 2014 New Visual Artists, discusses her approach and process in creating the cover for the April issue of Print. Our art director also provides comments.

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The 2014 New Visual Artists

We’re excited to introduce you to the 2014 New Visual Artists. Get a taste of their work and learn a bit about each talented individual with this year’s 20 under 30.

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Graphics For A Fortune

Fortune Magazine isn’t necessarily known to be the most graphically compelling publication. That is, unless you look back to the magazine’s first 15 years, starting in 1929. Find out who penned the illustration for its original prototype—a rare piece!