Inside Print’s Celebrating Milton Glaser, A Design Legend Collection, you’ll find a look at Glaser’s personal sources of design inspiration as well as meanderings on other works from Glaser. Editor’s Note: The visual representation of a brand is one of the most fundamental projects a designer can work on, but exceptional identity design can be hard...
In honor of Print’s 75th anniversary, we asked 75 top creatives to design the word “print.” See here 25 of the 75 exclusive designs & share the ones you love the most.
Deciding which books will fuel your artistic fire is tough. And creating a must-read list for the Designers & Books website is no easy feat either. Read this Observer column to find out how Rick Poynor went about creating his.
AIGA celebrates its centennial year with an exquisite exhibition at Museum of Design Atlanta culled from the organization’s archives. Find out more about this historic assemblage.
From the curmudgeonly to the inspiring, here’s a set of 89 quotes about design, advertising, creativity, and all ground in between.
Print continues its quest to document vintage printer and graphic design ads through the decades. Here, we feature the trippy and gorgeous ads of the 70s.
Milton Glaser brings back his style and some street artists leave their typographic mark.
Milton Glaser was enticed to return to a style that helped put him on the map in the '60s for the campaign promoting the new season of "Mad Men." Take a deeper look at Glaser's iconic work.
As part of the Festival of Tolerance in Sarajevo, Mirko Ilic organized the opening of the "Antimasonic Posters from 1941-42" Show in Sarajevo at the Galerija 11/07/95 from Oct 24 until November 4th. Anti-semitic caricatures haven't lost their potency. These hate posters were created to announce the Nazi anti-masonic show in Belgrade in 1941.
I never cared for the Camp sensibility. Sit through a “so bad it’s good” flick? Please! I barely have time for good-good movies. My notes on a Sontag lecture I endured: “So dry and detached it’s deadening.” And anyway, Camp is so 49 years ago. But I love “The Camp Followers’ Guide.” This cheap...