You'll Love This Issue If:
- You want to see who made the top "20 Under 30" list.
- You want to learn more about thought leadership and content marketing
- You want an exclusive glimpse into Seymour Chwast's design career
Print Magazine's April 2014 Issue is the New Visual Artists issue. In this issue, we chose the top "20 Under 30" visual artists and opened a window into the portfolios and minds of these emerging designers, illustrators and photographers. Also in this issue, find out what thought leadership means for designers, learn about the challenges in creating must-read lists, and more!
Inside Print Magazine’s April 2014 Issue You'll Find:
New Visual Artists 2014
Neatly packed in this issue, you’ll find a window into the portfolios and minds of emerging designers, illustrators and photographers.
By Jessica Kuhn, Melissa Mazzoleni, Karli Petrovic and Michelle Taute
Grids+Guides: The Print Celebrates Design Awards winner explains their standout design; Shadow Type provides plenty of visual treats; a combination pun and clamp holds it all together.
Interview: Mixed media artist Javier Rodríguez García has mastered papercraft, melding illustration and pop-culture commentary.
Evolution: Rabbits have been hopping their way into art for centuries. Find out more about this ubiquitous symbol.
The Last Word/Interview: Get an exclusive glimpse into the career and work of famed designer and illustrator Seymour Chwast.
Dialogue: Millions anxiously read the 40 Days of Dating saga as it unfolded online. Timothy Goodman tells Steven Heller what’s still to come.
Observer: A site designed by Pentagram will likely be praised by designers looking to fill their bookshelves. Learn about the challenges in creating must-read lists.
Reviews: Jessica Hische’s Daily Drop Cap blog takes on new literary life in the form of 26 rereleases of classics—the “A” to “Z”
The Last Word: James Dean sounds off one final time.