Explore the history and evolution of typography in the February 2015 issues of Print magazine.
The Bauhaus school demanded mastery of multimedia design from their Masters, but few incorporated music, theater, and dance as astutely as Oskar Schlemmer.
Michael Dooley discusses the work of Dorothy and Otis Shepard, two pioneers of American Modernist design.
Another well-designed World Cup project, this one a collaboration between Hey and Studio DBD. The book project contains facts about players from each of the 32 teams playing in the 2014 games, and the book, as well as prints are available for purchase at Twenty Twenty Two. Check out more images here.
Part of the allure of the Regional Design Annual is being included in this best-selling issue. View some of the most memorable covers enclosing the RDA. Plus, new this year, six winners (one from each region) will be awarded an all expense paid trip to HOW Design Live 2015.
European art trash is how I describe the “underground” and “alternative” newspapers and magazines published throughout Europe in the 1970s before and just as fanzines were rearing their mimeographed heads. MORE
I love color. And during this time of year I love the colors of the holiday seasons. Evergreen and winter white, cool blues with shimmering silver or royal, rich purples with shiny gold. And of course, how can I forget the color red. It demands my attention and makes me feel full of cheer....
A poster for Spike Lee’s latest movie may be a ripoff. But it’s not the first time he’s faced accusations of unlawful design “appropriation.” Eighteen years ago, Saul Bass himself was pointing the finger. First, the latest incident. It began when an ad agency hired L.A.-based freelancer Juan Luis Garcia, whose poster design...
Are editorial decisions really censorship? When I discussed the issue with Ted Rall, America’s most widely read alternative editorial cartoonist, he was unequivocal: “To edit is to censor. It’s true. Look it up in the dictionary.” And thus, his latest blog column headline is “I have been censored by Daily Kos.” I recommend that you...
He was an illustrator, cartoonist, designer, puzzle creator and puppeteer. In 1928, the father of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons was commissioned by the department store to create a series of helium filled, rubberized silk animal balloons.