You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You love all thing European
- You're an illustrator
- You're any graphic designer who's come to love and trust PRINT Magazine
The Print Magazine June 2008 is the European design issue, where we focus on 12 European illustrators, along with Paul Smith's depiction of East London after dark, Scotland's tartan pride, gorgeous German board games, and much more. We're Europe bound!
In the Print Magazine June 2008 Issue You'll Find:
Mad for Plaid
Scotland's renewed national pride is evident in its fervor for applying tartan to anything and everything.
BY ELIZABETH GOLD
Kuddle Up to Krútt
Icelandic musicians and their designer cohorts are inexorably drawn to the cozy, twinkling appeal of krútt—all things cute.
BY DAVID SOKOL
The changing face of East London after dark, in pictures and words.
BY SUKHDEV SANDHU, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY PAUL DAVIS
In Germany, board games are more than sturdy and beautiful objects. They're a way of life.
BY BLAKE ESKIN
X Marks the Spot
Even in Paris and New York, putting sex on display requires bravado—and finesse.
BY VÉRONIQUE VIENNE
Illustration is enjoying a moment across Europe. Twelve artists talk about their methods, hopes, plans, and inspirations.
INTRODUCTION BY JUDE STEWART
Contributors: Where we're calling from.
F.O.B. Manga meets Shakespeare, type's new black, portraits of cows, and a very peculiar design fetish.
Shelf Life: Album art's natural selection, Colt 45's brand-new bag, and chic French grammar.
Monologue: As Turin gains a new design-world honor, there's hope for change.
Observer: British independent magazines cater to an enduring need for tactile "thing-ness."
Society: Despite lawsuits and harassment, Turkey's cartoonists are testing the limits of satire.
Dialogue: Daniel Eatock, artist and designer.
In Print: Vol. 18/no.3, vol. 19/no. 5, Feliks Topolski of Poland and Lajos Szalay of Hungary were master draftsmen.
Desktop: On the move.
Books: Golden Legacy: How Golden Books Won Children's Hearts, Changed Publishing Forever, and Became an American Icon Along the Way; Massin; Graphic Design: A New History; Strangely Familiar: Acrobats, Athletes, and Other Traveling Troupes
End Product: Twinkle Toes