PRINT’s 2016 Regional Design Annual

It’s here: the design industry’s most well-respected annual. It’s the 2016 Print Regional Design Awards. Zachary Petit says it best in his editor’s letter: “The RDA always comes together with a bit of mysticism in the end.” Nearly 3,000 entries, six regions, six judges, 17 categories and countless hours of work from the designers and everyone involved in this massive issue. For over 35 years, Print’s RDA has been the only design annual broken down by region, giving designers across the country the recognition they deserve, and showcasing each region’s inspiring and distinct trends and styles.

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In this issue:

THE REGIONAL DESIGN AWARDS (Check out all of the online winner galleries here.)

Far West: Judged by Jennifer Morla

Best of Region: Bloomberg San Francisco Tech Hub’s Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding System

Southwest: Judged by Marc English

Best of Region: Bats of the Republic

South: Judged by Bill Grant

Best of Region: the Lowcountry Field Feast Invitation

Midwest: Judged by Timothy Goodman

Best of Region: the Women’s Foundation

East: Judged by Gail Anderson

Best of Region: the A to A Christmas Card

New York City: Judged by Jessica Walsh

Best of Region: the Whitney Museum of American Art Building Signage  

Also inside:

The Year in Review

The highway gets a typeface-lift; Sean Adams schools tomorrow’s design leaders; redesigns go open-source; “Shazam for fonts” finally emerges. Get the scoop on everything you missed in the last 365 days of design. By Jason Tselentis

Signing the Surface

Is writing about graphic design an act of “dancing about architecture”? A manifesto written and designed by Kenneth Fitzgerald

The Last Word

Eugene O’Neill goes out as he came in By Seymour Chwast


And don’t forget to enter the 2017 Regional Design Awards!

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