You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You've been involved in design at some point in the past decade
- You're into papercraft
- You're any graphic designer who's come to love and trust PRINT Magazine
The Print Magazine October 2009 Issue is the Creativity + Commerce issue! We showcase over 60 amazing business oriented designs that stood out from the rest. They are sure to inspire. Plus! We've done a brief history of this decade in design. We'll show go over some of the best designs from 1999-2009 and see how the new millennium really shook things up.
In the Print Magazine October 2009 Issue You'll Find:
I Made This Just For You: A Brief History Of Design, 1999-2009
A s the 2000s come to a close, we look back at the biggest hits of the decade.
By Colin Berry
Running With Scissors
In art and design alike, the sweetly sinister craft of cut paper is new again.
By Clare Lui
Barnes & Noble is connecting design students with the marketplace.
By Stephen Zacks
What's In Store
The lodestone of Minneapolis design is scaling back its use of local studios.
By Christy Desmith
Creativity & Commerce
More than 60 pieces of design for business.
By Caitlin Dover and Monica Racic
Up Front: Illusrated fiction, a crit dictionary, the evolution of giants, and more.
Shelf Life: Piquant packaging and Dirty Projectors.
Monologue: It's the little shops that make the city what it is.
Dialogue: Jen Bekman, gallery and 20x200.com curator.
Ephemera: One life seen through vintage greeting cards.
Best Practices: The ups and downs of going eco.
Back Issue: Saul Steinberg's map of New York spawned many imitators.
Desktop: Can Typekit bring fonts to the web?
Books: Design Your Life: The Pleasures and Perils of Everyday Things, By Ellen and Julia Lupton; Ghost Houses: Long Gone By Nigel Peake
End Product: Inflatable metal.