Print October 2013

Print’s October 2013 Issue

Behind every graphic design is the heart and soul of a great story. In this issue of Print Magazine, we look at storytelling from every angle, from an authentic narrative that sets a brand apart to interactive storytelling that brings …

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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 …

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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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Confessions of a Knowledge Junkie

When I walk into a book store, I always pause, do a 180 degree perusal of my surroundings while drinking in the smell of knowledge.

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Print’s Luxe Business Card Designs

Have you seen our Luxe by MOO business card designs? The HOW+Print art directors designed two sets of business cards for the Luxe Project, a new initiative that features unique, limited edition designs created by various designers and printed on Luxe …

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Interview: Skyping with Noma Bar

Read “Interview: Skyping with Noma Bar” written by Buzz Poole from the  June 2013 issue of Print. The prolific designer and illustrator shares his process for incorporating color into his work. Pick up your copy of The Color Issue to …

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Steven Heller’s Evolution: Rainbow Roll

Read the Evolution column written by Steven Heller from the new June 2013 issue of Print. Pick up your copy of The Color Issue to read even more about color! “Evolution: Rainbow Roll” provides a colorful look at the historical …

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A Stan Mack Cartoon Chronicle of Revolutions Foretold

Stan Mack’s “Real Life Funnies” strip, created in the mid-1970s for the “Village Voice,” presaged the documentary comics of artists such as Art Spiegelman and Joe Sacco. And now it appears that his Print feature from 17 years ago also …