April 2010: The New Visual Artists Issue

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By: Print staff | March 15, 2010

April 2010Vol. 64, Number 2

The April issue of Print is the annual New Visual Artists review, which profiles 20 designers under the age of 30 who are doing fabulous work. This year, for the first time, we invited four former winners—Saiman Chow (2002), Rob Giampietro (2004), Joshua Darden (2006), and Julia Hoffmann (2006)—to come to our office and, with the Print design staff, narrow down the nominees to the 20 winners in the issue.

A full list of the winners is included below.

Also in this issue, Debbie Millman discusses the Yellow Tail wine glasses designed by Michael Graves, Aaron Britt reviews Adrian Shaughnessy’s book Graphic Design: A User’s Manual, and Jeremy Lehrer talks to three professors who are developing a curriculum for sustainability.

Our full Table of Contents:

New Visual Artists

Our annual portfolio of 20 emerging designers, illustrators, and photographers under 30.

  1. Always With Honor

  2. Mikey Burton

  3. Jonathan Calugi

  4. Karim Charlebois-Zariffa

  5. Frank Chimero

  6. Leslie David

  7. Jean Jullien

  8. Aaron Koblin

  9. Oliver Munday

  10. Lotta Nieminen

  11. OK-RM

  12. Bondé Prang

  13. Jonathan Puckey

  14. Janine Rewell

  15. Emmanuel Romeuf

  16. Nikolay Saveliev

  17. Katrin Schacke

  18. Sicksystems

  19. Tomi Um

  20. Sam Weber

Class of the Titans

Ellen Lupton, Joe Marianek (above), and Strange Attractors Design revisit seminal classroom assignments.


Steven Heller interviews Mirko Ilic on the pros and cons of pro bono work.


Rick Poynor asks why American galleries aren’t exhibiting graphic design. Above: Kemistry Gallery in London.


Andrei Herasimchuk explains why the designer of the future needs to master multiple formats.

Plus: Five professors on avoiding the pitfalls—i.e., disasters—of putting your work online, Douglas Wolk on the latest Magnetic Fields album cover, Martin Fox remembers the icons of Tiananmen Square protests, Paul Shaw reviews Kis Antiqua Now, and Jude Stewart reviews Neuland: The Future of German Graphic Design.

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