Here are 30 moments, projects, redesigns, typefaces, film titles, books and more that shaped the last 365 days of design.
L.A.'s art and culture scene has experienced a seismic shift. These days, the lights are much brighter downtown.
Michael Dooley offers an overview of the AIGA National Conference and talks with Amy Nicole Schwartz, winner of the Command-X competition.
AIGA medalist Sean Adams reflects on his hero and friend, Michael Vanderbyl.
In honor of Print’s 75th anniversary, we asked 75 top creatives to design one word: “print.” See the full set of the exclusive designs here.
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.
As AIGA, the oldest U.S. design organization, celebrates its centennial year, it's an opportunity to relish its past as well as ponder its future.
If you’ve seen Sean Adams at design functions, you’ll recall a bright and friendly guy who makes grinning 1960s-era stewardesses seem positively dour by comparison. In fact, in a behind-the-scenes story about my Imprint coverage of an event last year I noted, “Throughout AIGA National’s Pivot conference, none of the on-stage staff smiled anywhere...
In his opening keynote, Roger Black couldn’t have been more succinct: The future of typography is “all about screen fonts.” So naturally, for TypeCon 2010’s “The Future is Now” panels, the topic was “Web Fonts.” And for the second half, the stage was packed with 14 typography-related business people. Okay, businessmen. The full session...