You'll Love This Digital Issue If:
- You're internationally savvy
- You love the Creativity + Commerce competition
- You're a fan of great graphic design from around the world
It's the international issue: Oscar-worthy Irish animation, vintage Russian stamps, Mao kitsch in China, and 35 winners of our Creativity + Commerce competition. Plus, top designers reveal their favorite psychological tactics that are sometimes required for clients to say "yes."
A trove of postage stamps reveals the icons, aspirations, and failings of Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union.
By Bruce N. Wright
Little Black Books
Fifteen years ago, Milan-based company Moleskine bet on paper and won. Now it ponders its future in the digital world.
By Michael Silverberg
'Tis a Grand Day
From a precocious pig named Olivia to that gold man known as Oscar, Print introduces you to Ireland's vibrant animation scene.
By John Canemaker
The Art of Seduction
Devilish ruses. Psychological tricks. Red herrings and poker faces. The many ways that designers get clients to say "yes."
By Peter Mendelsund and Peter Terzian
Creativity + Commerce
The winners of our fourth annual competition devoted to international business graphics
Design Army's identity for the Addy Awards
Motion Theory's video for Google Chrome
KNOCK's self-promotional identity
Willoughby's packaging for New Leaf Paper
Up Front: A history of the Latin letterform; behind the scenes
Shelf Life: Current trends in music, book, and product packaging
World View: Chairman Mao gets a pop-culture makeover.
Dialogue: Adam Parfrey, president and publisher of Feral House Books
Observer: Design is now about control—of our perceptions and emotions.
Best Practices: There's no such thing as garbage.
Interaction: How can digital design be archived effectively?
Ephemera: The story of a house, in blueprint
Back Issue: Britain's cultural confidence
Desktop: Obsessions and tools on the web
Hot Type: Trilby, reviewed
Books: Victore and Art of McSweeney's
End Product: IceStone, Al Gore's countertop