You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You're ready to see the 2012 New Visual Artists!
- You're interested in design education and the future of design
- You're a fan of Franklin Gothic
Print Magazine's April 2012 Issue is the New Visual Artists issue! For the last 14 years, Print has featured an annual issue called the New Visual Artists Review, which introduces and profiles 20 of the most promising rising talents in graphic design, advertising, illustration, digital media, photography, and animation—all under the age of 30. This competition is invitation-only: Our choices are drawn from nominations made by art directors, designers, critics, and industry professionals. The issue offers much-deserved exposure each year to 20 young artists doing innovative work.
In Print Magazine's April 2012 Issue You'll Find:
The 2012 New Visual Artist: 20 Under 30
The winners of the competition are published annually in our April issue. If you are an art director or design professional and would like to nominate someone for next year's competition, please email us at email@example.com with the subject heading, "New Visual Artist Nomination." We accept nominations through the end of August. Designers who turn 30 before March 1, 2011 cannot be accepted. Judging takes place in October, and winners are notified in November.
Print in Motion Winners
The winners of our Print in Motion competition!
Grids+Guides: The art director of McSweeney's reveals his magic (ink). Plus, new covers for a Nabokov classic, Steven Heller goes ape, and NYC versus Paris versus Paris versus NYC.
Dialogue: Steven Heller in conversation with Sue Coe, the graphic chronicler of the slaughterhouse.
Stereotype: Paul Shaw and Stephen Coles survey the state of type education.
Observer: What became of the proud tradition of science-fiction graphics? Rick Poynor explores.
World View: Design and public space clash in the Lisbon subway.
Best Practices: The good works of Project M's John Bielenberg.
Interaction: On digital Davids and Goliaths.
Education: How will design be taught in 2030? We have five predictions.
Back Issue: Editor emeritus Martin Fox recounts the failed future of Fantasia.
Reviews: Garbage Pail Kids get their due, and the casual abstraction of Christoph Niemann.
The Goods: James Biber and James Victore in the waiting room; a Pink Floyd album up in flames; Rodrigo Corral finds a new direction; and DIY website dismembering.
In the Studio: "Candy-Lad" Cyrus Highsmith shows us around his attic.
One Perfect Thing: Ben King on the rough charm of Franklin Gothic