Print's 2014 Regional Design Annual is here! The RDA showcases the very best work of 2014 from all corners of the United States.
Designing New York City’s wayfinding "infostructure" demands a delicate balance of user needs - while maintaining the integrity of public space.
In this Observer column from Print's International Design Issue, Rick Poynor discusses the term critical graphic design and explains what it means for designers today.
The United Nations’ in-house design team works to create change with a target audience of, well, every single person on the planet
Legendary artist and writer Neal Adams talks creators' rights, social issues in art and—of course—comics, sans filter.
In this issue, we celebrate design without borders - from the calligraphic graffiti climbing a mosque in Tunisia to design born from the Cuban Revolution, the power of international design refuses to be ignored.
Deciding which books will fuel your artistic fire is tough. And creating a must-read list for the Designers & Books website is no easy feat either. Read this Observer column to find out how Rick Poynor went about creating his.
Vines and animated GIFs aren’t just for top 10 lists and witty comebacks. Artists and brands are taking short motion media to the next level to create, play and advertise. In this excerpt from the June issue of Print, take a look at why you should pay more attention to them.
From the likes of Paul Rand and Bob Gill, here are the vintage graphic design ads from Print magazine, circa 1960s.
Rick Poynor explores why Pinterest—despite early criticism—has found its place in design as a respected archive of visual finds.