PRINT’s Next Chapter

Posted inDesign News

New look. New PRINT. When PRINT launched in June 1940 (!), its first issue was a technical powerhouse from the foremost minds of the graphic arts. It featured a deeply researched (though admittedly not deeply readable) treatise by William Addison Dwiggins, a feature on “Illustrated Books of the Sixties”—(being the 1860s), and even a history of wallpaper, complete with, quite literally, samples of wallpaper.

IKEA Opens a Digital Museum Of Their Catalogs Dating Back To the 1940s

Posted inGraphic Design

IKEA is proudly presenting its digital archive fittingly named “The IKEA Museum Digital.” While it’s been difficult for many to let go of the infamous IKEA catalog after stating there would no longer be a print edition last December, the digital archive hosts all of the Swedish furniture brand’s catalogs dating back to the 1950s. 

Top Five GIF Artists To Follow On Instagram

Posted inGraphic Design

And while the superior pronunciation will always be GIF, as in the peanut butter, we can agree that below you’ll find five GIF artists on Instagram that you need to follow. Whether for their humor, beauty, or grace, each artist’s GIFs are endless loops of inspiration. 

Mochi Typeface Is As Sweet As Its Name

Posted inTypography

Mochi, the font, is just as charming despite not being edible. This typeface, designed by Andrei Robu, will add the perfect splash of character to any design. Each letter has unique idiosyncrasies.

Get Noticed.
Advertise with PRINT.

The Print Podcast Studio

A curated collection of cutting-edge podcasts we love about design, creativity, branding, books, and further subjects afield.

Popular & Inspiring

See Your Work in PRINT

Submit a Project

Design Matters Podcast

The Daily Heller