Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Specially for designers who think.
Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design. On and off the page as well. Covering a field as broad as communication itself Print covers commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle. For example publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art. Engagingly written by cultural reporters and critics who look at design in its social, political, and historical contexts, it explores why our world looks the way it looks, and why the way it looks matters.
A four-time winner of the American Society of Magazine Editors’ National Magazine Award for General Excellence, most recently in 2008, Print has been honored many times by ASME, the Society of Publication Designers, AIGA, The Art Directors Club, and The Type Directors Club. In its 2008 citation, ASME wrote: “Proving that just looking great isn’t enough, Print stands out in a cluttered field with its expansive view of its subject, its relentless curiosity, and its determination to look at design not in a vacuum but as a crucial gateway to popular culture, the environment, even politics.”