Danné Ojeda Hernandez's Vanitas book series makes literal the allegory of a book as a portrait of its author’s inner matter. With the help of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), the anatomic representation of the author’s skull and brain becomes the book content.
PRINT talks with curator, design critic and doctoral researcher Frederico Duarte about the local impact and global appeal of contemporary Brazilian design, and how Brazilian designers are showing us how to create a future that is larger than a country.
J.J. Sedelmaier partners with Peter Paeth to bring you this extensively researched article about commercial artist Louis Paeth, whose career serves as a wonderful example of how many illustrators and designers navigated the world of commercial art during much of the 20th century.
Spectators at the Winter Olympics are treated to an aggressive parade of brands and branding—but this year, 169 Olympic Athletes from Russia were forced to wear plain uniforms and march under a plain white Olympic flag. In terms of logos and branding, is this the equivalent of generic products from the 1970s?
Late photographer Bob Seidemann photographed the rock stars of both the San Fran and London scenes in the late '60s, from the Grateful Dead to Janis Joplin.
Join us in celebrating the life of design legend Jonathan Selikoff. Here, we share an interview between Selikoff and Debbie Millman.
Where is design headed next? What are its most urgent conversational topics, its smartest practitioners, its most Instagrammable images? Come with me.
Shillington Education's Anthony Wood takes a look at five of the best brand identities succeeding amid today's digital noise.
The new publisher Standards Manual has teamed up with Brian Kelley on "NYCTA: Objects": a catalogue that presents an archive of New York’s historic subway.
For those who want to be truly inspired in ways they never thought possible, go to the first NYC Arthur Szyk exhibition since the 1970s.