Print’s Summer Issue: The 2015 New Visual Artists
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The New Visual Artists are here! In the Summer issue of PRINT, meet our 2015 class of 15 brilliant creatives under 30. These carefully selected designers are on the scene making the most cutting-edge work today—and as many of our previous NVAs, they may go on to become tomorrow’s design leaders. Why not get to know them now?
In this issue you’ll find:
Dangerous Ideas on Design Education: A manifesto by James Victore, who riffs on his ideal vision of education—and proves, once again, why he has been accurately described as “part Darth Vader, part Yoda.”
PRINT75: To celebrate Print’s 75th anniversary, we asked 75 of the best creatives working today to design a single word—“print”—in any manner of their choosing. Our latest installment features exclusive new work by Aaron Draplin, Ann Willoughby, Ed Fella, Armin Vit & Bryony Gomez-Palacio, and 15 more.
Historiography: Discover how Paul Rand had to master the past to be able to move design into the future with Direction magazine.
Interaction: What the fall of Google Glass can teach us about tomorrow’s big tech.
Online Exclusive: We asked the experts what user interface technologies, software and/or hardware from science fiction books, movies or television look promising… or downright awful. Read their responses.
Stereotype: Nearly 10 years in the making, Hoefler & Co.’s newest font showcases the true power of collaboration.
Dilemma: Want to make a difference in the world? As Rule29’s latest project—Wheels4Water—proves, you have a crucial advantage: You’re a designer.
Design Matters: Debbie Millman interviews Frank Chimero.
Observer: Rick Poynor asks: Are we documenting the design world all wrong?
Love Letters: Sean Adams reflects on his hero and friend, Michael Vanderbyl.
Into the Archives: Albert Einstein riffs on his embattled artist friend, Josef Scharl.
The Last Word: Seymour Chwast documents Archimedes taking one last geometric stand against the Romans.
In case you hadn’t noticed, this issue opens with a cover design by each of the New Visual Artists! Meet all of the NVAs here.
Here’s the subscriber cover by Joey Cofone: