You'll Love This Digital issue If:
- You've got an eco-friendly attitude
- You love color!
- You appreciate good graphic design
Print's August 2012 issue features a special section designed by Sulki & Min that focuses on trash and its afterlife. The Trash issue explores concepts of waste, abandonment, preservation and collection, and even recycles an article from 1993. The issue also features winners of the HOW + PRINT 2012 Color in Design Competition.
In the Print Magazine August 2012 Issue You'll Find:
Reused, Rewasted, Reabandoned, Reforgotten, Recollected
Trash and its endless afterlife
By Sulki & Min
Print recycles: This 1993 story on an exhibition of waste management is reprinted throughout the feature well.
By Tod Lippy
Garbage Without Borders
A travelogue of crappy graphics
By Michèle Champagne
Death of a Pressman
A remembrance of Tom Trumble, letterpress pressman, and a meditation on preservation and nostalgia
By Fritz Swanson
Trash the Block
A visual catalog of lost and abandoned objects in one Brooklyn neighborhood
By Jillian Tamaki
Jennifer Heuer, Post Typography, and Rumors tell us about their favorite projects that never saw the light of day. Also, 18 designers answer the question “What’s in your garbage?”
Could a locally made garbage can help bring American manufacturing back from the brink?
By Alissa Walker
Trashed and Found
A packaging designer discovers her own work discarded in the streets.
By Debbie Millman
Print’s 2012 Color Competition
Our annual look at the best use of color in design
Grids+Guides: Droog goes waste-free, Steven Heller studies ice cream, and The New York Times Magazine talks trash.
Dialogue: Steven Heller interviews Kevin O’Callaghan, junkyard alchemist.
Interaction: Is information overload killing our ability to think?
Observer: Rick Poynor on the aesthetic transformation of waste
Best Practices: Getting rid of sticky-label liners
Stereotype: Paul Shaw and Stephen Coles on the workaday beauty of stencil letters
Back Issue: Martin Fox revives Print’s Salon des Refusés.
Reviews: Tom Vanderbilt on “Graphic Design: Now in Production,” and Claire Lui on Robert Caro’s LBJ covers
In the Studio: Andrew Byrom’s ample campus work space