You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You're a fan of Milton Glaser
- You want to see the work of 30 design superstars as they create work for charity
- You're curious about Alfred Hitchock's start in graphic design
Print Magazine's June 2010 Issue is the "design legends" issue. Starting with a romantic spark, we profile six renowned couples in graphic design. Then we have a legend in his own right, Milton Glaser, detailing the designers who inspired him to be great. Not to mention a showcase of 30 rockstar designer's amazing work for charity. This is not an issue to be missed.
In Print Magazine's June 2010 Issue You'll Find:
Side by Side
Six renowned couples talk about their relationship with design and with each other.
Follow the Leader
A living example for designers, Milton Glaser tells us about his own role models.
With her lush colors and quiet sense of joy, the illustrator Maira Kalman creates a world we want to inhabit
Print in Motion
We share eye-popping visuals from the five winners of our Print in Motion competition.
Ed Fella, Geoff McFetridge, HORT, and other top designers create tote bags for charity.
Up Front: Letters for the birds, A.R. on fire.
Shelf Life: JamesVictore's titles for David Byrne.
Interaction: If the iPad saves publishing, can it save publishing design?
Monologue: A former Print creative director reflects on the love affair between design and music.
Dialogue: Reto Caduff on his documentary biopic of Herbert Matter.
Observer: Aren't pictures worth a thousand words?
Ephemera: The bygone romance of travel lives on in the author's father's collection of passports, luggage labels, and boarding passes.
Best Practices: Three large corporations are making green a priority.
Back Issue: How Hitchcock got his start in graphic design.
Desktop: Sexy letters, plus TypeDNA.
Hot Type:Priori Acute Serif
Books: Limited Language and Data Flow 2
End Product: Anne Carson's NOX