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Print’s August 2012 Issue

The Trash Issue—with a special section guest designed by Sulki & Min The Trash Issue: Featuring a special section guest designed by Sulki & Min; a visual essay by Jillian Tamaki; a look into the garbage cans and recycling bins …

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Print’s June 2012 Issue

The Play issue, from NBA branding to Lego urbanism. On the Cover: Symphonic Band—Univ. S. Illinois / 1965, by Paul Octavious, from the series “Grandpa’s Records.” Octavious says: “My Grandpa Jud used to play records for me all the time …

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Print’s April 2012 Issue

The New Visual Artists Issue, in which we celebrate the best and brightest young artists in the field. PURCHASE COPY | PURCHASE PDF | DOWNLOAD SINGLES On the cover: For this issue’s cover, we wanted to highlight the amazing work by …

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Print’s February 2012 Issue

The Power Issue, in which we examine the true influence of design and the designer. PURCHASE COPY / PURCHASE DOWNLOAD On the cover: We asked Mirko Ilić to reinterpret one of the classic graphics created by Philippe Vermès during the 1968 …

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Print‘s December 2011 Issue

Every year since 1981, Print has taken a snapshot of American design with the Regional Design Annual. For the 31st edition, we assembled a crack team of judges—Kim Bost, of The New York Times; Brigitta Bungard, of the Museum of …

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Print’s October 2011 Issue: Table of Contents

Each issue this year has seen a new collaboration between Print and a guest art director. One after another, they’ve reinvigorated the magazine with their own vision. Fittingly, the latest—and last—issue in the project, guest designed and coedited by the …

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Print’s August 2011 Issue

Table of Contents   Departments World View A new generation of designers is reviving the quintessential Polish art form. Dialogue Steven Heller finds out how the Norman Rockwell Museum is bringing the iconic American artist into the 21st century. Observer …

Premiere of the June 2011 issue

Surprise! The June issue of Print is here. And we guarantee it’s nothing like you’ve ever seen. Guest art directed by the Finnish design firm, Kokoro & Moi, this issue is truly an experiment. Throughout our entire feature section we …

Editor’s Letter: February 2010

[Ed. note: This article originally appears as an introduction to the February 2010 issue, celebrating the 70th anniversary of Print.] — “Printing has been my heart throb since 1886 when, with the help of a partner my age, I began …

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The story behind our August 2008 cover

Print: Can you explain a little about the 3-D printer you used to make it? Karsten Schmidt: We used the Z-Corp Z450 printer, which, like most other 3D printing methods, is slowly creating a physical form by printing thousands of …