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7 Best Vintage Comics Revelations: A Designer’s Report

You’d never know it from media reports on San Diego’s annual Comic-Con International, but it’s your richest opportunity to discover and explore the creative and artistic heritage of cartoons and vintage comics.

Modern Homes in Germany

Modernity in Germany after the devastation of the Great War offered the promise of renewal. Moderne Bauformen was one of many architectural magazines that attempted to define what Modern was.

Moving Printing Movies started back in 2011 when Doug Wilson was working on Linotype: The Film and one of the movie’s participants, Dave Seat, gave him a stack of old Linotype 16mm instructional films to digitize.

100 Years of Color: Beautiful Color Combinations of the 20th Century

Bright, psychedelic colors are reminiscent of the 1960s and ’70s, while pink, black and teal smack of the ’50s.

Illustrator of the Week: Peter Horjus

Each week, Print will feature the work of an exceptional illustrator whose talent is making waves throughout the design world.

A Sparkling New Magazine

Songwriter Jamie Cullum (curator) and designer Kate Monument (creative director) had long wanted to start a magazine.

Weekend Heller: Harlem On My Mind Revisited

Last week, Holland Carter in The New York Times wrote a recollection of the famously and harshly criticized Metropolitan Museum of Art 1969 exhibit “Harlem On My Mind: Cultural Capital of Black America.” Curated by Allon Schoener, cultural historian and organizer of exhibitions that focus on topics such as African Americans, Italian Americans, Jewish Americans and the history of the Lower East Side, it was a courageous yet politically charged, and criticized, attempt to represent the black experience in the citadel of art.

Designer of the Week: Andrezza Valentin

Register for HIDC by Sept. 3 to save $200! Designer of the Week Andrezza Valentin is the founding partner and creative director at Bossa, an integrated production company that strives to push the boundaries of digital storytelling.

Bert And Harry On Tap

From 1955 through 1960, the Piels brewery (in the East New York section of Brooklyn) employed the Young & Rubicam ad agency to create new commercials for their beer, which was competing with national brands.

10 Showstopping Leaflet Examples

We all know the power of well-designed leaflets. Leaflets, pamphlets, flyers and other printed media provide marketers a versatile approach to a wide variety of audiences—even in the digital age.

How to Generate Attention-Grabbing Package Design Ideas

From big-box retailers to corner stores, arresting package design has always had its place. Package design that connects with the audience can be an incredibly rewarding experience for designers.

Recalling W.A. Dwiggins’ Studio

It was mecca for a rarefied type and design connoisseur. W.A. Dwiggins’ studio across from his colonial-styled home at 30 Leavitt St. in Hingham, Mass., was the citadel of Dwiggania, and the home of Dorothy Abbe, long-time Dwiggins colleague and keeper of the WAD flame.

Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of Jack Kirby

Jack Kirby was one of the most important and prolific cartoonists of the 20th century. The characters he created and co-created now earn billions at the cinema.

3D Banyai

Istvan Banyai is known for his gestural virtuosity and conceptual acuity—and his character depiction is damn good, too.


From time to time, the Daily Heller will publish a series of artefactoids, bits and pieces of cultural design ephemera assembled by various contributors.

Bare Bottle: Wine Label Design for the Creative Palate

by Nadja Sayej Whenever San Francisco-based designer Erik Marinovich strolls down the grocery store wine aisle, he buys wine based on the label.

Illustrator of the Week: Roy Scott

Each week, Print will feature the work of an exceptional illustrator whose talent is making waves throughout the design world.

Rare Dwiggins Is Well Done

This rare Dwiggins book is well done, but I wouldn’t send it back to the kitchen. Typography nerds and Dwig’s fans will savor this Princeton Architectural Press masterpiece when it is released in late September.

Weekend Heller: A Logo For Deez Nuts?

There’s a movement afoot for a new candidate and a contest that the logo factory 99designs is running right now to create a logo for Deez Nuts, the presidential candidate/15-year-old Iowa farm boy giving nutsy old Donald Trump a run for his money.

Max and Bettmann’s Portable Panopticon

In 1962, German-born Peter Max started the “Daly & Max Studio” with friend Tom Daly in Manhattan. Daly and Max designed and illustrated for book publishers and advertising agencies.