We’re back with one of our favorite issues of the year! A spin off of Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue. Last year it was the Big Apple. This year, the City by the Bay. Meet San Francisco’s creative community—from designers to thought-leaders, and filmmakers to startup savants. This issue is packed with interviews from West Coast game-changers like Jessica Hische, Elle Luna, Clement Mok, Scott Dadich and more. Plus discover the winners of PRINT’s Typography & Lettering Awards!
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Featured in This Issue:
The Hollywood Issue: San Francisco
From Clement Mok and Jennifer Morla to Scott Dadich and Elle Luna, Print presents a visual archive of leading creatives and those on the cusp of tech, art and design today.
Photographs by John Keatley; Words by Zachary Petit and Maija Zummo
If You’re Going to San Francisco:
Tech, dreams and design coexist—or collide—in the City by the Bay.
By Jason Tselentis
Golden State/Silver Screen:
What do the typefaces of classic film titles say about California?
By Angela Riechers
Grids + Guides
A smattering of the latest from the world of design.
By Callie Budrick
Evolution: The Acid Aesthetic
When tracing the history of far-out patterns and typography, the Doors of Perception don’t always open onto the ’60s.
By Steven Heller
Historiography: Rebels With Cause
RampartsandScanlan’sraked muck and raised hell when it was most needed.
By Steven Heller
Observer: The Importance of Meaning
CalArts redefined what young designers were capable of—and electrified the field in the process.
By Rick Poynor
Design Matters: In Print
Nathan Shedroff is a UX pioneer who was key in the dawn of interaction design.
By Debbie Millman
The Last Word
Alexander Hamilton caused a stir long before he became a hit on Broadway.
By Seymour Chwast