You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You're ready for 2010's top new designers!
- You want to see the results of our 46th annual Student Cover Competition
- You're any graphic designer who's come to love and trust PRINT Magazine
The Print Magazine April 2010 Issue is our annual New Visual Artists issue, profiling 20 designers under the age of 30 who are doing fabulous work. PLUS: We asked three design professors and working professionals to go "back to school" and complete one very famous assignment now that they know what they're doing. AND: We've expanded our "Hot Type" column to give resident typography expert Paul Shaw more room to give the backstory behind the latest fonts. ALSO: The winners of our 46th annual Student Cover Competition!
In the Print Magazine April 2010 Issue You'll Find:
New Visual Artists
Our annual portfolio of 20 emerging designers, illustrators, and photographers under 30.
Class of the Titans
Ellen Lupton, Joe Marianek, and Strange Attractors Design test their mettle by revisiting seminal classroom assignments.
Covers | Digital Design | Editorial | Education | Environmental Graphics | Exhibition Design | History | Interactive | Illustration | Letterhead/Identity | Logos | Packaging | Portfolio Design | Posters | Print Advertising | Student Work | Sustainability | Theory | Type
Dialogue: Mirko Ilic on the pros and cons of pro bono design.
Observer: Lots of galleries in Europe are holding exhibitions of graphic design. Why isn't the U.S. following suit?
Sustainability: Teaching students about sustainability is very much on the minds of design professors these days. Meet three professors who are building the curriculum of the future.
Shelf Life: Debbie Millman looks at Yellow Tail wine glasses designed by Michael Graves.
Expanded Hot Type: Paul Shaw discusses the checkered past and hopeful future of Kis Antiqua Now.
Desktop: The designer of the future will need to master multiple formats.