Here are 30 moments, projects, redesigns, typefaces, film titles, books and more that shaped the last 365 days of design.
The extraordinary, interactive book design for Bats of the Republic earned Best of Show for the Southwest in the Regional Design Awards.
Paula Scher discusses chaotic map paintings, identity design and the state of the industry.
Today, vintage type catalogs—often called "type bibles"—are treated with more holy reverence than ever.
There is a strong undercurrent to this issue, a theme pulsing just beneath the waves of typography, and it is this: illegibility.
As an online complement to Print's Best New Typefaces of 2016, here are seven more fresh faces.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Read about Victor Koroma.
We just sent PRINT to the printer, and are completely elated by what we and our amazing collaborators have created—especially cover artist Shepard Fairey.
Steven Heller looks back on PRINT's longtime art director, Andrew Kner, who died Monday.
Print explores the public notice—a design artifact that has changed little over the past few centuries.