Explore the fascinating history of braille, as well as a new future for the design of this vital tool.
Print explores the public notice—a design artifact that has changed little over the past few centuries.
Michael Dooley talks with the authors of 20 Over 80: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design.
The author of a 30-year-old Print article on diversity, Cheryl D. Holmes-Miller, surveys the industry in our summer 2016 issue to see who is designing the solution to a problem that continues to this day. Here, we dig into the Print archives to share the articles that started the conversation. For more, visit www.printmag.com/summer-16 The...
The Night Library takes a critical look at a 1968 title entitled Navajoland, USA, 1868-1968.
E. Simms Campbell was an indispensable part of Esquire’s birth in the early 1930s. He established its visual style. He invented the original Esky character. And, in the words of its founding editor Arnold Gingrich, his full-page color cartoons “catapulted the magazine’s circulation from the start.” Campbell may also be the first African-American illustrator...
Don’t say you weren’t told. WARNING! Graphic Content: Political Cartoons, Comix and the Uncensored Artistic Mind has well over 350 controversial illustrations by artists from around the world and throughout history. They deal with extremes of political, cultural, sexual, racial, and, yes, religious issues. It’s also an ebook, enhanced with plenty of video and...
Steven Heller traces the history of graphic design annuals and competitions, such as Print's Regional Design Annual.
Explore the history and evolution of typography in the February 2015 issues of Print magazine.
From Puck to Perfect Nonsense, Michael Dooley identifies seven notable comics, graphic novel and cartoons, all published in 2014.