Ira Schnapp’s personal history is shrouded in mystery, despite the fact that his revolutionary lettering style for DC Comics continues to live on and inspire lettering and comic artists today. Even the DC Comics website neglected to publish a bio for a man who helped develop DC Comics’ “house style.” The website merely credits...
Steven Heller admires the lettering and graphic devices of vintage Spanish fashion labels.
Learn about the fascinating epic tale behind the lost typeface Unica—and its digital rebirth as Neue Haas Unica.
Print's latest Designer of the Week, Rae Kreutzer, talks tactile experiences, challenging the status quo and the joys of being a type geek.
Paul Shaw charts the bold (and at times, bizarre) evolution and history of typography within Print.
What started out as a holiday greeting turned into an award-winning typographic poster design. View Lesli Ink's hand-drawn golden typography.
A stealthy resurgence happening in the design world. Hand lettering is not-so-quietly making a colossal comeback, exploding into the forefront of design.
Advertising designs showcase graphic design’s power. The ability to encourage people to buy a product, attend an event, or to change a previously-held perception through one graphic design creation is simply astounding. Creating great advertisement copy involves interdisciplinary approaches in both visual and verbal communication—branding, typography, images, contrast, unity and hierarchy intertwined to deliver a...
When approaching the ideation process for brand identity and logo design, one of the most crucial considerations is the typeface selection. What will be of the best use — serif, sans serif, decorative or script? A typeface infuses your design with emotion and meaning, defining your brand’s identity in every medium, from packaging and editorial...
Print explores the 1964 typography-focused issue art-directed by Aaron Burns, revealing pieces by Paul Rand, Herb Lubalin, Jan Tschichold and more.