Print’s August 2011 Issue

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Table of Contents


World View

A new generation of designers is reviving the quintessential Polish art form.


Steven Heller finds out how the Norman Rockwell Museum is bringing the iconic American artist into the 21st century.


Does graphic design history have a future? Rick Poynor investigates.

Best Practices

Jeremy Lehrer asks Nike about building shoes with a green soul.


Paul Shaw and Stephen Coles talk Spiekermann and birthday cakes.


Eileen MacAvery Kane thinks Shepard Fairey can teach designers a lesson in ethics.

Design Thinking

Design thinking is dead. So what’s next?


Christopher Butler wonders if we can contain the cloud.

In the back


Books on the human form, psychedelic art, and malfunctioning Russian space heaters

Back Issue

Editor emeritus Martin Fox on Print’s September/October 1982 story on posters for faux Broadway shows.

Color Competition

We pick the best, palette-cleansing entries from our first ever Color in Design awards. See the winners.

The Goods

New albums by Eno and They Might Be Giants, luxurious editions from White’s Books, and Adobe tackles apps

One Perfect Thing

Justin Sullivan on Harry Beck’s subway map

In the Studio

Dress Code lets its hair down.