Empowering Creatives With a 21st-century Designer Toolkit
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Amelia Nash
1w ago
When building our creative careers, we often navigate without a map, unsure where to begin or how to achieve lasting success. Radim Malinic, a beacon in the creative world, aims to change that with his latest books, Creativity For Sale and Mindful Creative, offering a much-needed blueprint for aspiring creatives everywhere. Malinic, who leads the London-based Brand Nu Studio and Brand Nu Books, has dedicated over two decades to helping fellow creatives forge successful paths. His previous releases, such as Book of Branding and Book of Ideas, have received widespread acclaim. They are essential ..read more
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Life’s a Branded Beach (When You’re Vacation)
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Charlotte Beach
2w ago
This article has been provided to PRINT readers by DIELINE, a leading authority on packaging and branding. Dive deeper into industry insights and join the vibrant community at thedieline.com. What the hell is whipped cream doing in the sunscreen section?  That is the question the sunscreen brand Vacation hopes to elicit from customers, their co-founder and Executive Chair of Marketing, Lach Hall, told me recently from a Zoom he took from their headquarters in Miami. Hall exuded a laid-back confidence one would expect from the mind behind a sunscreen brand that has burst onto the scene wit ..read more
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From Holbein to Niemann: A 500-Year-Old Marvel Lives
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Ken Carbone
2w ago
During a recent visit to London, I visited my “old friends,” The Ambassadors, at the National Gallery of Art. It’s a 16th-century masterpiece of Northern Renaissance painting by Hans Holbein the Younger. Part of its charm is its scale—measuring nearly seven feet square. Standing before it, you feel part of the meticulously detailed scene of French noblemen amidst a dazzling collection of objects celebrating science and the humanities. There are measuring instruments, geographic models, books, and an exquisite lute with a broken string painted so finely that it appears like a curl of human hair ..read more
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Celebrating Post-War Italian Graphic Design and its Transatlantic Influence in NYC
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Amelia Nash
2w ago
Walking into One Art Space on Warren Street, Massimo Vignelli’s 1964 Pirelli advertisement greeted me — you know the one, the red and pink duotone image of a joyful bike ride. It was a bright spot of color against a black-and-white gallery display featuring the names of influential Italian designers. I was delighted to attend the launch event for “Made in Italy NYC,” an exclusive two-day event celebrating the rich heritage of post-war Italian graphic design and its enduring relationship with the United States. This two-day exhibition offered a unique opportunity to explore original pieces fro ..read more
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True Anomaly Launches Space Tech Brand Identity by Kontrapunkt
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Amelia Nash
3w ago
Norman Vincent Peale’s adage, “Shoot for the Moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars,” is taken to heart with True Anomaly’s stellar new brand identity. Denver-based True Anomaly, a pioneer in integrating spacecraft, software, and AI to enhance national security and ensure space access for allies and commercial partners, has launched a new brand identity. This transformation, executed in collaboration with Danish strategic brand agency Kontrapunkt, showcases True Anomaly’s innovative edge in space security technologies. Central to the new identity is the logo, inspired by the Gree ..read more
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Remembering Tom Ingalls (1949-2024)
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by PRINT Editorial Team
3w ago
This piece was written by Kit Hinrichs, Principal and Creative Director of Studio Hinrichs in San Francisco. Hinrichs is a recipient of the prestigious AIGA medal in recognition of his exceptional achievements in the field of graphic design and visual communication, and his work is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Library of Congress. He is co-author of four books, including Typewise, Long May She Wave, 100 American Flag Icons, and The Pentagram Papers. It is with sorrow that our future A ..read more
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25 Years After P. Scott Makela’s Death, A Former Student Revisits the Idiosyncratic Designer
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Guest Contributor
1M ago
This guest post was written by Anne Galperin, an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Design at the State University of New York at New Paltz, where she teaches courses in design research and history and relaxes by sorting pied type. With a body of work throughout the 1990s that enthusiastically and provocatively amalgamated dualities—word/image, real/virtual, hand/machine, past/future—American graphic, type, and multimedia designer P. Scott Makela established his reputation as a creator of postmodern visual languages outside normative graphic design. While designers of different ..read more
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Mrs&Mr Brew Up a Delicious Refresh for La Colombe
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Amelia Nash
1M ago
La Colombe, renowned for its specialty blends and coffee craftsmanship, is debuting a refreshed visual identity and an enticing addition to its beverage lineup: the ready-to-drink Draft Latte. As the latest member of the Chobani family, acquired in December 2023, La Colombe is revamping its appearance and introducing a delectable, frothy concoction that promises to redefine the on-the-go coffee experience. Collaborating closely with the creative minds at Mrs&Mr La Colombe’s new visual identity pays tribute to the coffee roaster’s rich graphic tradition while infusing it with a contemporary ..read more
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Design as a Strategic Asset in Branding
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Lynda Decker
1M ago
Can the power of design transform the financial valuation of a brand? Far beyond its aesthetic appeal, design wields the ability to evoke profound emotional responses, often operating beneath the conscious awareness of its audience. But how exactly do these subtle, sometimes unconscious biases shape decision-making processes? The late Daniel Kahneman, whose pioneering work in human decision-making and cognitive biases revolutionized our understanding, left us with a legacy that illuminates the path. Kahneman, who passed away on March 27 of this year, unraveled the complexities of the human min ..read more
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A Colossal Brand Refresh for the Boston Symphony Orchestra
PRINT Magazine » Graphic Design
by Amelia Nash
2M ago
The historic Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has unveiled its fresh brand identity, a harmonious fusion of tradition and modernity courtesy of the creative minds at Colossus. The renowned Boston advertising agency redefined the visual language of BSO and its affiliated brands: The Boston Pops, Tanglewood, and Symphony Hall. Founded in 1881 and revered as one of the world’s preeminent orchestras, the BSO has long graced the stages of Symphony Hall and Tanglewood, captivating audiences with masterful compositions by legendary conductors. The Boston Pops has become synonymous with musical excell ..read more
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