Caleb Heisey's work in book design, packaging design & wedding invitation design showcases his love for illustration, the art of storytelling—and monsters.
Meet Print's latest Designer of the Week, Mia Charro, whose book design is as charming as her nature-inspired illustrations.
Read Michael Dooley's exploration of the history of the beautiful, unorthodox Flair Magazine.
With the deadline for the 2015 Regional Design Annual fast approaching, we decided to revisit 15 of our favorite books from the 2014 RDA.
Meet Print's latest Designer of the Week, Alex Egner, whose book design for University of North Texas was recognized in the 2013 Regional Design Annual.
OMG! I Forgot the Card is a collection of humorous tear-out greeting card designs for every occasion. Need a card for Mother’s Day, Groundhog Day or just to say a friendly hello? Just pull out this book, tear out the appropriate page, fold and send. I was raised in a family of ubiquitous dad...
Hear from Nancy Rouemy, Principal of We Live Type Ltd who worked with celebrity photographer Jeff Vespa to create the new book The Art of Discovery. The book's photos are stunning and the format is handsome, especially its typographic scheme.
Numbers in typography have gained significance in recent years, and this new, beautifully-bound book from Viction:ary highlights some of the many way you can think differently when using numerals in your work. The book, entiteld Graphic Digits, shows off illustrative number forms as well as typographic treatments to highly creative effect. Check out some...
Illustrator Mark Ulriksen reveals why he's taking advantage of Kickstarter campaigns in publishing his new book.
These well-designed travel guides from Victionary pull together the best locales for creatives in six big cities: New York, London, Tokyo, Barcelona, Berlin, Paris. The series is called CITIx60, named for the 60 creatives who handpicked the spots highlighted in these volumes. Each are wonderfully designed and illustrated and each contains an illustrated map...