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Print’s February 2013 Issue

The Illustration Issue: This month we sketch out a portrait of illustration, capturing the field in its many guises. Rob Walker has an epic look inside the Pencil Factory warehouse, long a creative hub for Brooklyn designers. Meanwhile, Fritz Swanson profiles the Dutch illustrator Tim Enthoven, known for his meticulous, uncanny vision; and Steven Heller sits down with R. O. and Nicholas Blechman, world-class designers who happen to be father and son. We’re also proud to introduce “The Last Word,” a new visual column in which the legendary Seymour Chwast will illustrate the final utterances of notable people, starting this month with P. T. Barnum. You’ll find it, appropriately enough, on the last page of the magazine.


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FEATURES

UP FRONT

Grids+Guides Tiny Jan Vermeulen replicas, Corita Kent gets a retrospective, and Kate Bingaman-Burt never skips a daily drawing.

DEPARTMENTS

Interaction In his first column for Print, Paul Ford wishes for a new language of data visualization.

Dialogue Steven Heller interviews the illustrator, artist, and entrepreneur Gary Taxali.

Stereotype Paul Shaw on pictorial type, and Stephen Coles on icon web fonts

Best Practices Can prototyping help save the world?

Observer Rick Poynor on the perils of ultra-simplified illustration

IN BACK

Back Issue Martin Fox remembers Antonio, who reinvented fashion illustration.

Reviews David Barringer on Ken Garland: Structure and Substance, Teal Triggs on the M/M (Paris) monograph, and Debbie Millman on coffee mugs by Milton Glaser

In the Studio Oliver Munday’s foosball heaven

The Last Word A new illustrated column by Seymour Chwast 

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