Introducing Print Magazine's October 2012 Issue, The International Issue. Featuring graphic design from everywhere but here! From Egyptian business cards and non-Latin scripts to a Russian chemist-turned-photographer that modified photos before it was cool, we offer a look at the design scene around the world. We also feature an exclusive excerpt from Print’s new monograph on Mirko Ilić. PLUS Rick Poynor asks: Why is today’s rebellious design so well behaved? Finally, we showcase the winners from the 2012 Creativity + Commerce competition—Print's annual showcase of the best in business graphics, from corporate logos and annual reports to websites, branding campaigns, and packaging.
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All this and more inside Print Magazine's 2012 International Issue!