Introducing Print Magazine's August 2012 Issue, The Trash Issue. Featuring a section guest designed by Sulki & Min that focuses on trash and its afterlife. Inside you'll find an homage to Tom Trumble, a letterpress pressman who passed away, and an in depth essay on preserving nostalgia as a beautiful industry begines to fade. We also have an incredible illustrative journal cataloguing lost and abandoned objects from a neighborhood in Brooklyn. Plus, we interview three designers about their favorite projects that never got used, so you'll get to see some great design that never saw the light of day (until now)! And you'll get to see the winner of the HOW + PRINT Color in Design Competition! You won't want to miss this one.
View the complete Table of Contents for the August 2011 issue or purchase the digital edition of this issue here
All this and more inside Print Magazine's August 2012 Issue!
What Print Magazine's Executive Editor, Mason Currey, has to say:
I only recently joined the team at Print, so this pick is not as self-serving as it may seem. And, really, the August issue is a gem: a truly excellent batch of stories focused on the issue of trash, with an amazing presentation by guest designers Sulki & Min.