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05/06/2014: Creative Quarterly journals

Print’s Regional Design Annual judges are looking to discover top talent to be featured in this year’s RDA. Judges include Debbie Millman, Jessica Helfand, Caleb Bennett, Joseph Duffy, Alexander Isley and Michael Vanderbyl. Enter today.     For the the …

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02/13/2014: Bloomberg Businessweek covers

As is typical, the design team at Bloomberg Businessweek takes risks that pay off in their magazine cover designs. In covering the minimum wage, they asked their subjects a few questions and, in the style of Gillian Wearing’s work, they …

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Image of the Day, 10/02/2013: Alumni magazine redesign

José Reyes and his team at Metaleap Creative show the real potential of a typically restrictive design project with their major redesign of Georgia State University’s alumni magazine. Check out a sample interior here. Via SPD.

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Big Fish, Storytelling & Wendy MacNaughton

With the theme of Storytelling and Design, we knew that the cover for the October Issue needed to capture the essence of the art of telling stories. Illustrator Wendy MacNaughton created an image of “a guy holding a giant fish” — calling to mind the idea of a fisherman telling a tale about the latest catch — and, with our art director, they saw the opportunity to create a unique cover.

The 2012 Regional Design Annual Is Here!

Print‘s 2012 Regional Design Annual is now out in the world. Inside you’ll find the best in American graphic design, as selected by our esteemed judges: Sarah Gephart (MGMT. Design), Sagi Haviv (Chermayeff & Geismar), Nicole Jacek (formerly of Karlssonwilker), Jason …

Super Moms Do The Darnedest Things

Long gone TV personality Art Linkletter had a segment on his show House Party called “Kids Say The Darnedest Things.” Well, now its mom’s turn. Just in time for Mother’s Day, Time magazine has created a stir with its Are …

Signs of Art

Graphis, the pioneering Swiss design magazine founded by Walter Herdeg (1908-1995), published hundreds of the finest covers of any design magazine. Designers, illustrators and artists of all kinds were given a relative free hand under the watchful eyes of Herr …