Photography and Design

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Selfies: Self Portraits With Attitude

From Facebook, to Twitter, Instagram and the retro MySpace modern day self-portraits have been around for well over a decade. Originating in toothpaste-splattered mirrors with digital cameras and pixilated web cams, the modern day “selfies” have evolved with the advancement in technology.

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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 wrote down answers and presented them to the camera. The result is an honest...

Print's February 2014 Issue

Print’s February 2014 Issue

The Sex & Design Issue: This month, we take a tasteful look at everything from sex itself to sexuality. Plus, we draw attention to the artists and projects, such as the racy Secret Behavior magazine, that explore sex. We even sneak behind the black bars of censorship to understand why certain comics are so...

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Two New Photo Books Show Two Different Americas

Photography’s role in shaping American identity can be explored from multiple perspectives. These two new books - "Dorothea Lange" and "The Big Picture" - present both the enthusiastic embrace of distinctly American idealism and the devastating results of how such fervor left too many people with nothing.

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Interview (with Lori Nix): The World Reimagined

Read the Interview column, “The World Reimagined” with photographer Lori Nix. Written by Karli Petrovic, this is only one of the articles in the new August 2013 issue of Print. Be sure to pick up a copy of Print’s Photography issue today to engage with current trends and issues in the field. Photographer Lori...

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Steven Heller’s Evolution: Lights, Camera

Read the Evolution column, “Lights, Camera” written by Steven Heller from the new August 2013 issue of Print. Be sure to pick up a copy of Print’s Photography issue today to engage with current trends and issues in the field. Before the Polaroid, photobooths captured and captivated the masses. Instant photography today is as...

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Image of the Day, July 24, 2013

In his recent book Things Come Apart, Todd McClellan strips down and photographs everyday objects in unique and striking ways. The cover shows off this concept well, while making understated use of the Archer typeface. Check out more from the book’s interior here. Via Fonts in Use.

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Image of the Day, June 13, 2013

Lisa Rienermann’s inventive project makes a cohesive typeface using the negative spaces between buildings in city skylines. Via Beautiful Decay.

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Paul Ford’s Interaction: Filtering Photography

Read Paul Ford’s Interaction column, Filtering Photography, from the new June issue of Print below. Pick up your copy of the The Color Issue today to discover even more about color. Imagine how expressive everyday images could be if we better understood the color wheel and relied less on stock filters to add meaning to...