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Print magazine Sep 20
This summer Danish film director Nicolas Winding Refn, known for such films as “Valhalla Rising,” and “The Neon Demon,” launched “byNWR,” which celebrates long forgotten exploitation films of the 1960s and 1970s, but it is so much more than that >>
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Print magazine Sep 19
Yup, turns out Milton Glaser is a landscape painter.
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Print magazine Sep 18
The origin story behind one pulp fiction hero who described as facing "enemies from the Philippines to Siberia." >>
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Print magazine Sep 17
From 1960 through 1963 I was president of The Astronaut Fan Club. I was also founder and its only member. You might say it was a front for getting as much NASA swag as possible.
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Print magazine Sep 17
Here are our top ten illustrators you need to follow this fall for daily inspiration, comics or just for sheer inspiration >>
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Print magazine Sep 15
Friends there has been a shortage of wrapping and hang tags that focus specifically on beautiful typefaces. Here comes the rain...
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Print magazine Sep 14
Former editor of Dazed & Confused, on the birth of the new, extra-large plus tea towels, the reading crisis, and why the paper is so dang big >>
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Print magazine Sep 13
There's bad vinegar syndrome and there's good and we're gonna root for the hero on this one. Great work being done to keep sordid cinema in our hands >>
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Print magazine Sep 12
is publishing a new typeface: Hawkland. Rooted in type styles from the latter 18th century, Hawkland is versatile, crisp, and clear-cut >>
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Print magazine Sep 12
Students for a Democratic Society, the most activist wing of the 1960s "new left" and how they promoted themselves and their views visually...
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Print magazine Sep 12
Papers that feel like something you already know, something that’s instantly familiar to you like a rose petal, a leather jacket or a smooth plastic...
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Print magazine Sep 11
1. Aggressively self-promoting. 2. Determined to advance the art and craft of type design. 3. Made remarkable contributions to design history and practice. 1+2+3 =
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Print magazine Sep 11
Comics have arrived at the city’s coolest venue of all: the New York Transit Museum in downtown Brooklyn!
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Print magazine Sep 11
The magazine that just won't shut up...but we're listening. We were 3 months ago, too, when we were RIPing in good faith but now is back...!
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Print magazine Sep 10
Just imagine the interview between "founder" of PR and "spin" in the U.S., Edward L. Bernays, and Nazi Minister of Propaganda and Enlightenment, Joseph Goebbels moderated by Rudolph "Truth is Not Truth" Guiliani >>>
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Print magazine Sep 10
When graphic designers hear the phrase “literary scholar,” they might just wince. Well, no need in this case. Hillary Chute defies the snore factor on all fronts >>
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Print magazine Sep 8
Mining the badlands of American culture and history one politician, monster or condemned tree at a time AKA David Sandlin doing his thing >>
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Print magazine Sep 7
Aretha and Franklin Ave for the win! Nicely done, MTA. "Design foooooor a little respect. More than a little bit, baaaaaaby, when you're in the subway."
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Print magazine Sep 1
Deep-in-the-archives find! Remember 1957? Well TDC does and it was a very good year for typography.
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Print magazine Aug 24
THE ASK: What is the most beautiful book about art or design that you own?
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