Print’s Spring 2016 Issue: Hollywood NYC

Print‘s Spring 2016 issue takes a dive into the largest design capital of the world: New York City. Get an exclusive look into the lives of design celebrities-from James Victore to Timothy Goodman, Jessica Walsh to Stefan Sagmeister. And then ask yourself: what makes a designer a celebrity? And is there a difference between “celebrity” and “fame?” All of this PLUS the winners of the Typography & Lettering Awards, the history of Helvetica and a sneak peek at Seymour Chwast’s next exhibit.

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Inside Print’s Spring 2016 issue, you’ll find:

The Hollywood Issue: New York

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Print presents a photo essay celebrating 56 of New York City’s most influential, classic and cutting-edge creatives working today.

Check out behind-the-scenes images from Print’s exclusive photo shoot.


A New York State of Design

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How did the Big Apple become the world’s premier design hub-and does it still hold the title?


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Six New York firms reflect on their identities-proving that the process of creating and maintaining a branded look is anything but identical.


The Unexpected Cartographer

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Discover distortion and opinion in the mind-bending, massive maps of Paula Scher.


The Winners of the Print Typography & Lettering Awards

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“Outstanding.” “Innovative.” “Surprisingly different.” This is how Dr. Shelley Gruendler, founder of Type-Camp, describes this year’s Type & Lettering Awards winners.

For more exclusive images and to see the full roster of merits, check out the winners of the PRINT Typography & Lettering Awards! Plus—read about Tortorice and the award-winning Starfysh project at HOWdesign.com.


Grids + Guides

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Seymour Chwast declares war on war. Vermilion Sands goes 3D. Today’s best type triumphs.


Evolution

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Celebrity magazines went from being the mouthpiece of Tinseltown to today’s tabloid trainwrecks.


Stereotype

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How did Helvetica gain its star status… and why didn’t Univers land the role instead?


Historiography

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The key to immortality (sometimes, anyway): eponymous typefaces.


Into the Archives

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Alexander Isley. Karim Rashid. Jessica Helfand. Ivan Chermayeff. For this special issue, Print went Into The(ir) Archives.

Into the Archives: Read the full story of Heller’s adventures as a teenage pornographer


Observer

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Print‘s longtime critic reflects on the evolution of fame in the New Media age.


The Last Word

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Isadora Duncan dances into the history books.


Find all of this and more in the Spring 2016 issue of Print Magazine!

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