You'll Love This Issue If:
- You want to see the best design this country has to offer!
- You need to get inspired
- You're any graphic designer who's come to love and trust PRINT Magazine
The 2007 Print Regional Design Annual is a complete showcase of the very best design in the country organized by, you guessed it, region. It's one of the most comprehensive graphic design competitions in the world and carries quite the reputation. Check out these truly inspiring designs in these years Regional Design Annual.
In the 2007 Print Regional Design Annual You'll Find:
Inside the 2007 Regional Design Annual.
BY JOYCE RUTTER KAYE
California North, California South, Northwest, and the Rest of the West.
INTRODUCTION BY COLIN BERRY
Dallas, Austin, Houston/Rest of Texas, and the Rest of the Southwest.
INTRODUCTION BY ANGELA VOULANGAS
Minnesota, Illinois. Missouri, Ohio, and the Rest of the Midwest.
INTRODUCTION BY CATHY FISHEL
Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and the Rest of the South.
INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD LOVETT
Washington/Baltimore, Mid-Atlantic, and New England.
INTRODUCTION BY ANGELA STARITA
New York City
The Big Apple.
INTRODUCTION BY JEREMY LEHRER
Contributors: Where we're calling from.
F.O.B. An anti-terrorism license plate, peaceful graffiti, and a magazine about meat.
Shelf Life: Music goes "places," Leanne Shapton gets sick, and Jamie Hewlett enters new territory.
Monologue: A New Orleans illustrator explores how Hurricane Katrina affected local designers.
Observer: However good their intentions, wikis offer little useful information on design.
Newsstand: Does a radical redesign mean a change of tune?
Dialogue: Jim Coudal, web entrepreneur.
Iin Print: Vol. 35/no. 4, vol. 38/no. 4 In the early Regional Design Annuals, tough color choices had to be made.
Desktop: Traditional media struggles to embrace online video.
Books: Barnbook Bible: The Graphic Design of Jonathan Barnbrook; New Typographic Design; Hand Job: A Catalog of Type; Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean; Need More Love: A Graphic Memoir; Tattoo Art & Design
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