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A Clean Sweep, Design-wise

How many of you knew that designed broom labels were an industry of some note? Raise your handles. I’ve seen the random label festooned with stock-looking images printed in beautifully gaudy and often unregistered color.

Lex Wilson’s 3D Typography Will Make You Think

For the past 2 years Lex Wilson has been drawing 3D typography that jumps off the page. Each of his words embodies the idea they spell out, revealing clever metaphors and word-play to those who look close enough.

Disney Creates Augmented Reality 3D Coloring Book

Adult coloring books are helping people relax around the world, but this new coloring innovation will have the kids excited.

The 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts: An International Delight

The Print Typography & Lettering Awards recognizes excellence in hand lettering & type work. Enter your best work today!

Illustrator of the Week: Joey Guidone

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

Gear Guide: Zen Your Workspace

Your workspace should be one of your most sacred environments, optimized to let you do your best work.

How to Design With Handwritten Typefaces: 8 Tips

Plenty of designs – both in print and online — are featuring handwritten typefaces in a big way. From custom options to fonts that you can sync online or buy for print projects, this flair for letting is quite popular.

Territory Studio Takes UI All the Way to Mars in “The Martian”

Ever wonder how that cool title sequence from your favorite movie was created? Most likely, the designer developed the project using Adobe After Effects.

Top 10 Websites for Designers—Font Flame + Designer List

This month’s  “Top 10″ websites for designers is full of sites that either explore, enhance or function as graphic design tools.

40 Free High Resolution Vibrant Blurred Backgrounds

Blurred backgrounds have become a popular resource in the design community. They’re useful images to base your design on, providing a vibrant foundation to place a logo, typography and other elements to construct beautiful brochure covers, website headers and more!

Mexico’s Two-Way Street

Donald Trump would have us believe it’s his way or the highway … and the highway out of the United States into Mexico is exactly his way out of all our existential woes.

In This Mall, Holographic Disabled People Appear If You Try To Park In Their Space

According to advertising agency Bird Strategy, more than 30% of Russian drivers disregard disabled parking spaces without caring about the signs on the ground.

Not a Pretty Picture: Map Visualizes Years of Shrinking Sea Ice in the Arctic

Each year sea ice in the arctic grows and shrinks with the warming and cooling of the seasons. During the dark winter months of September to March, sea ice expands to its maximum extent, then slowly melts away in the warmer summer months.

Worms & Meatballs: Unearthing NASA’s (Old) New Identity

I’m not usually one to tout a Kickstarter campaign on my beloved PRINT, but this particular project seemed too perfect an opportunity to pass up.

Selecting Smart Color Schemes for Infographics Design

A new course from Adobe Software Trainer and Instructor Sally Cox delivers top-notch instructions on designing an infographic.

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.

Red Flags & Rose-Colored Glasses: A $625 Dollar Lesson

I’ll be the first to admit—I could have predicted this. I should have never agreed to work with this client.

Weekend Heller: Old Book, Fresh Ideas

Those of you reading this blog may not know that 18 years ago, at the height of the graphic design writing wave, Allworth Press and the AIGA published Design Culture, a collection of texts from the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, spanning the ’80s and ’90s, edited by Marie Finamore and me.

Designer of the Week: Ian Barnard

Do you design your own typefaces? Have you created a stunning type-centric design? Have you produced a gorgeous handlettered project?

Choosing the Right Typefaces for Your Online Business

by Gabriel Shaoolian Every company wants to achieve success when it comes to its website. High conversions, repeat visitors and minimized bounced rates all contribute to the growth of a business.