Inside Print Magazine's April 2013 Issue You'll Find:
Grids+Guides: Aperture redesigned, a new magazine for urban thinkers, and roaring new scarves by Pinar&Viola
Evolution: Steven Heller considers the long history (and uncertain future) of the university seal.
Ask Jennifer: Print’s new advice columnist, Jennifer Daniel, answers readers’ most vexing questions.
Interaction: An elegy for the text box, by Paul Ford
Stereotype: Paul Shaw and Stephen Coles pick seven recent typefaces worth embracing.
Dialogue: Steven Heller explores the next dimension with the digital-media pioneer Erik Adigard.
Observer: Rick Poynor on the unwritten relationship between graphic design and photography
What to tell designers just beginning their careers: Two visual essays by Matt Dorfman and Astrid Stavro.
The New Visual Artists:
- Team Thursday
- Walter Green
- Márcia Novais
- Benjamin Critton
- Larissa Kasper
- Lisa Hanawalt
- Kambiz Shafei
- James T. Edmondson
- Sabine Dowek
- Elana Schlenker
- Javier Jaén
- Kenton Powell
- Ana Domínguez
- Eric Price
- Rami Moghadam
- Monica Kim
- Jordy van den Nieuwendijk
- Dokho Shin
- Tim Lahan
- Bianca Chang
A visual essay by Scott Stowell
Back Issue: Martin Fox rediscovers a remarkable magazine designed by high schoolers.
Reviews: Colin McSwiggen and Mariah Nielson’s mimetic take on Michael Rock’s Multiple Signatures; plus, Kokoro & Moi’s new Nordic identity
The Last Word: Seymour Chwast intercepts Amelia Earhart’s final radio transmission.