Print's Regional Design Annual—the most popular issue of the year, bringing you a comprehensive survey of graphic design in the U.S—is finally here.
Looking for creative resources to improve the success of your freelance illustration business? In her Interactive Business Development Bootcamp, Ilise Benun teaches you how to position your creative services to attract the right interactive clients. Illustration is one of the most versatile forms of design and graphic design work, allowing visual artists and creatives...
The current exhibition Barbara Nessim: An Artful Life, curated by Douglas Dodds, Senior Curator, Word and Image Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, London is a essential piece of illustration history and practice. Learn more.
Gael Towey is an accomplished creative, and her short films "Portraits in Creativity" feature other accomplished artists. Her newest is about Maira Kalman.
We were lucky to work with illustrator Laura Bifano to create the cover of the June issue of Print. She tells us about her process, what inspires her and shares some images of another illustration piece.
Heller recalls his first newspaper gig at an underground left-ist publication - and getting published at age 17.
The Advertising Conference by The Goswogii by Richard Henry Little and illustrated by Ervine Metzl was published in 1927. While there was a reprint of the original, the book is something of a mystery. Ervine Metzl is not.
We're excited to introduce you to the 2014 New Visual Artists. Get a taste of their work and learn a bit about each talented individual with this year's 20 under 30.
Meet the cover artist for the April issue of Print and one of the 2014 New Visual Artists: Leigh Guldig.
In 1977 a new illustration credit appeared on the Letters and OpEd pages of The New York Times. S. Harmon wasn't doing anything new. It was the same collage style that Surrealist and Dada collagists had done decades before. Take a look at the work of this forgotten illustrator.