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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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Image of the Day, May 22, 2013

Cool use of photography, type and color in this brochure for Aviva, a pensions and insurance company, created by Paul Belford Ltd. Retirement has never looked so bold. See more of the company’s work here. Via Grain Edit.

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Print’s 2013 New Visual Artists: Part 4

Here are four more examples of the work displayed for each of the 20 New Visual Artists. See the entire feature, plus so much more, in the new April 2013 issue of Print Magazine. Pick up your copy here! Ana …

A View From Inside the 1960s Music Revolution

“When did music become so important?” That’s Don Draper from last week’s Mad Men, set in 1966. Later in the episode he turns off “Tomorrow Never Knows,” from the Beatles album Revolver, and walks out of the room. There’s something happening …

Fun Times at Bauhaus Dessau

Those wild and crazy Bauhaus boys and girls, with their improv jazz band and beach antics and clownish poses. They weren’t just dedicated students at what was probably the most influential design school in the 20th century. They were also …