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Arabic and Iranian Typography Show Unites Middle East

A woman who grew up in Syria and a man with Persian roots walk into CalArts. Jump ahead six years: They’re now passionately united in their goal to inspire a widespread design movement.

Hub Strategy on Creating Integrated Brand Identity

Take a quick survey of Hub Strategy’s work, and you’ll know they’re not just another branding agency.

The Explosive Hand Lettering Rebellion

Want to learn more about hand lettering and typography from Denise Bosler? Register for her Hand Lettering Power Course at HOW Design University.

Market-Driven Typography

The business of America is business. And the business of business is drawing customers to stores and emporiums both large and small.

Hotheaded Quotes About Color: Part 2

Welcome back to a two-part series of strongly opinionated quotes about color. I amassed many of these in my book ROY G.

Abducted and Reconstructed

MTV’s VP for Off-Air Creative, Jim F. deBarros, asked Mirko Ilic to devise a concept to announce a new MTV dramatic series, “Finding Carter.” The show for teens follows Carter Stevens, who lives a perfect life with her single mother, Lori, until an arrest during a party reveals that Carter had been abducted years earlier by Lori.

07/28/2014: Trident gum packaging

Props to Hani Douaji for his clever packaging solution for Trident X-tra Care gum. While it might be easy to make the leap that the rows of hard-shelled gum look like teeth, the execution of the illustrations and logo placement here are expert.

8 Phases of the Web Design Process

Rub elbows with the greatest names in web design and get all of the latest tools and tips for your web design process at the HOW Interactive Design Conference.

What Danger Lurks In The Minds of Designers

Before Saul Bass, designer/illustrators, including Arthur Hawkins Jr. and Gene (Eugene Thurston), were doing “Saul Bass” for a book company known as The Mystery League.

Weekend Heller: Elaine Lustig Cohen @RIT

Elaine Lustig Cohen assumed the studio of Alvin Lustig, her first husband, upon his death at age 40, and carried through his and her own commissions for many years thereafter.

07/25/2014: Robby Leonard portfolio site

Bright, retro, and wildly entertaining, New York-based designer Robby Leonard’s portfolio site has deservedly garnered a lot of attention recently (it was also recently included in the June issue of Print).

Chwast’s Quote: The Illustrated Words of Shakespeare

A notable quote from Shakespeare, illustrated by Seymour Chwast—number 146 in a weekly series. Submit a quote in the comments (or on Twitter or Facebook), and it will be considered for a future column.

6 Exquisite Design Book Covers

I’m a sucker for a nice looking book cover design. If you share my passion, you might enjoy perusing this roundup of some of the best book covers from

Get Swept Away in Interactive Wonder at HIDC

When is the last time you were swept away in interactive wonder? As designers, we’re commonly appointed the masters of inspiration, right?

50 Shades of Yellow Journalism

Lyle Stuart was a radical publisher, a thorn in the side of the ruling elite. He was also a savvy businessman.

34 Brilliant Graphic Design and Paper Ads From the ’60s

We want to see your advertising designs. Don’t miss your chance to enter Print’s Legends in Advertising Awards!

Taking Your Responsive Web Design to the Next Level

Learn the latest in interactive design and network with the greatest minds in the interactive world at the HOW Interactive Design Conference.

07/23/2014: Four & Sons magazine

A digital magazine combining dogs and culture might be enough for most people, but the team behind Four & Sons has also assembled a beautiful print edition.

Observer: Pinning Down Pinterest

Pinterest—despite early criticism—has found its place in design as a respected archive of visual finds.

The Uniform Makes the Prince

This is Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany, whose full moniker is Friedrich Wilhelm Victor August Ernst, was the last Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Prussia and the German Empire.