Gustavo Greco is owner of Greco Design, a graphic design consultancy in Brazil that specializes in visual identity, editorial and wayfinding design.
Enrico Prampolini was an Italian Futurist painter, sculptor and stage designer—who regrettably had ties to Mussolini-era fascism.
As a history nerd, I simply cannot resist going down the rabbit hole of the history behind great design. I found myself studying advertising design in HOW U’s online course, which discusses the history of advertising during the World War I era—which in turn piqued my interest. I decided to dig further into this era of advertising. One...
Early-Bird deadline for the PRINT Regional Design Awards is March 1, 2017. Enter now! PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week Charles PattersonI is a product designer at InVision who’s proud of the things he’s creating for the design community and hopes to one day write a book about how product designers are going to save the world. Name: Charles Patterson...
When renowned artist Yuko Shimizu first envisioned her three subway posters for SVA in 2016, little did she realize how prescient they would be, considering recent events.
The geometric patterns found in mosques are stunningly beautiful and intricate. View some of the historic, beautiful mosques and see the evolution of geometric shapes incorporated into their religious decoration.
“What’s important is the story. The message. The feeling. The connection. It’s design." Learn about Scott Dadich's new project Abstract: The Art of Design
Hand-Lettering Experiments – Textures is the latest workshop from HOW Design University and Type Camp. As a fun, creative way to exercise creativity and typography, this workshop will inspire you in your latest type projects. Integrate textures and analog designs into your work today. This workshop is currently in session and is open until...
PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, Alejandro Robledo Mejia, is a designer, animator and freelance CG artist based in LA.
Book cover designer Colin Webber likes to convey as much as possible through typography because in publishing, the constant is always words.