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Design Caucus: Vote for a Democratic Presidential Logo

Print has been acquired by an independent group of collaborators—Deb Aldrich, Laura Des Enfants, Jessica Deseo, Andrew Gibbs, Steven Heller and Debbie Millman—and soon enough, we’ll be back in full force with an all-new look, all-new content and a fresh outlook for the future!  With the Iowa caucuses this week, it’s time to vote...

When Design Was An Offshoot Of Printing

During the 19th century an increase of printed materials fostered the rise in trade magazines. The content centered on information for the craft and profession. The Inland Printer was created in October 1883 “as a local trade magazine for the booming mid-western printing industry,” states an website entry for the Rockwell Center For American...

Eric Friedensohn on Life and Latin America

By Guest Contributor Tim Newcomb There was a time when the young Brooklyn-based designer Eric Friedensohn — also dubbed Efdot — wanted to build a little niche in lettering and typography. But he soon realized trying his design hand at different efforts interested him, soon becoming known as a muralist, especially with his current...