Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Horse” with this poster.
is the latest book on environmental design
by Steven Heller and Mirko Ilić.
A beautiful monograph of the work of Canadian artist Marian Bantjes created between 2003–2012.
Sunbeam Rd. "Breathers"
Music and graphics by Brick designer Clive Hacker, the new Breathers LP is out in 12” vinyl and digital download.
The latest typographic book by Steve Heller and Louise Fili.
"Chalk Queen", Dana Tanamachi, illustrated and hand lettered a series of gorgeous covers for classic stories published by Puffin Books.
Showing around the U.S. a documentary that highlights the astounding visual magic of Ricky Jay.
Boston Marathon Tribute
The May cover of Boston Magazine, photographed by Mitchell Feinberg, needs no words to explain.
A 20th Century Look at Environmental Design
A look at the intimate relationship between graphic design and architecture in the 20th century by Richard Poulin.
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Snake” with this poster.
Graphic Art & Design Annual 11–12
DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion introduces its latest design annual from Tokyo.
German Chocolate Packaging
When you are in Munich visit Cafe Luitpold for fabulous coffee, cake with schlagsahne, and unique chocolate packaging.
Spark Design Awards Annual
The release of the first Spark Design Awards Annual is slated for August 25th.
This poster by San Francisco-based designer Primo Angeli was named the winner of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Committee poster competition.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency recently unveiled it's new logo, designed by Paul Miller of Method Design.
Girls Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Stamp
Just released, this centennial Girl Scout stamp is designed by Craig Frazier.
100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design
One of a new series of books on 100 ideas That Changed Graphic Design, Film, Fashion, and Architecture by Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne. Bravo!
The Build Network
The Build Network is a resource for business executives that features a print publication, website, and forum. Its untraditional publication Build focuses big ideas a collection of page stories.
Vote for Your
Coca-Cola is hosting its 3rd annual "America Is Your Park" campaign, asking Americans to vote for their favorite park. Winning parks will be awarded $100,000.
This stamp, which features a Vivienne Westwood outfit, is part of a 10 piece set that honors British fashion legends throughout the decades from Paul Smith to Alexander McQueen.
Within the proliferation of design books, Stefan Sagmeister's innovative books always bring a wit, intelligence, and just plain fun to the world of design.
Is My Fear
Jean-Benoit Levy, noted Swiss poster designer, created this poster concerning the powerless position an individual has facing the war effort throughout the world.
Altered Landscape, a celebration of the Nevada Museum of Art's 80th Anniversary is now on exhibition in Reno, Nevada. A lavish book, designed by Brad Bartlett.
Vanishing Species Stamp
This commemorative stamp, featuring an Amur tiger cub, is the latest edition to the USPS campaign to raise funds for vanishing species. It was illustrated by Nancy Stahl.
Limited Edition 9/11 Poster Available
Studio Hinrichs has produced a limited edition 9/11 commemorative poster to benefit the NYC Firefighters Brotherhood Foundation.
Spark Pro Competition
The 2011 Spark Competition registration runs through September–November and is open to all designers, architects, and industrial designers.
Happy Birthday Hatch Show Print!
A Nashville original, Hatch Show Print celebrates its 132nd year as a letterpress shop. They have created posters for America's country and western stars for generations.
Bloomberg Businessweek introduces two covers for the Valentines issue on the "Infidelity Economy". Click here to peek at the men's cover.
Industrial Designer Stamps
United States Postal Service announces the publication of 12 commemorative stamps on American Industrial Designers in July 2011.
@issue team wishes everyone a prosperous year.
Back issues (single copies or complete sets) of @issue: Journal of Business and Design are available for sale from Corporate Design Foundation. Contact CDF here.
365 Typographic Calendar
The 2011 365 Calendar is now available for the tenth year. For more information, click here.
American Craft Redesign
American Craft Magazine, published over the last 70 years by the American Craft Council, boasts a new look and feel in the December/January issue.
A change in the finishing process let’s Levi’s cut water use by as much as 96% in its new Water<Less jeans line, a total savings of 16 million gallons of water by spring 2011.
Author Maureen Evans condenses over 1,000 recipes – from lemon lentil soup to biscotti – down to 140 characters or less.
35th annual American Indian Film Festival
“Day of the Dead” Tequila
Dr. Lemon Tequila in Argentina marks Latin America’s Day of the Dead festivities (November 2) with this advertisement, designed by Plenty in Buenos Aires.
Peleg Top’s latest book on international logos has just been published; it’s an interesting array of global large and small firms.
Hand/Eye describes people, places, products, projects and ideas that bridge the worlds of art and craft, design and development, culture and commerce, and environment and ethics.
US Postal Service has just released a commemorative stamp celebrating the 100 anniversary of the Boy Scouts in America, designed by Craig Frazier.
Rob Forbes, founder of Design Within Reach, has launched PUBLIC, a collection of modern bikes and gear for cyclists who want to ride in style.
From designer / architect Tokujin Yoshioka comes a sculptural stainless steel watch for Issey Miyake. The hands are interior faces that move independently to tell the time with hour etched on the outer face.
Ammunition adds HeartBeats
for Lady Gaga
This is the latest extension to Beats by Dr. Dre highly successful headphone line. It's both a fashion accessory and a high-end audio product.