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Print magazine on Design
The Daily Heller: Stefan Sagmeister’s Slow, Yet Optimistic, Fashion Line
The designer’s new project optimistically “serves as a reminder that the latest Tweets and cable news don’t mean we’re standing at the edge of doom.”
Print magazine on Ikea
The IKEA Catalog is Dead. Long Live the IKEA Catalog.
IKEA has announced that after seven decades—following an “emotional but rational decision”—its iconic catalog is coming to an end.
Print magazine on Millennials
Why Designers Need to Stop Stereotyping Millennials and Gen Z
The significance of terms like Millennial or Gen Z have superseded their formal meaning. They’re lazy labels—vague at best and unhelpful in terms of offering any real insight.
Print magazine on Sewing
What Matters: 'Hello Mr.' Creator Ryan Fitzgibbon and the Pink Sewing Machine That Started It All
For this edition of What Matters, Hello Mr. magazine's Ryan Fitzgibbon tells us about the pink sewing machine he got one Christmas and how he manages heartbreak.
Print magazine on Visual Design
So (Re)Fresh and So Clean—How Jessica Hische Brings New Life to an Old Logo
What goes into refreshing a logo? The lettering artist tells us all about her process, what brands are looking for, and the differences between rebrands and refreshes.
Why Are People Mad About the New Nokia Logo— and Is It Warranted?
While the redesign has given the internet yet another thing to hate, COLLINS’ L.A. Corrall offers a different, more flattering perspective.
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30 of the Best Book Covers of the Year (So Far)
We’re elated by the design that has been dancing across bookshelves of late. Here are 30 of our favorite covers of 2021.
The Daily Heller: Spinal Tap
For over 50 years, Ootje Oxenaar took pleasure in redrawing the spines of books on his shelves.
The Daily Heller: The Most Prolific Designer You’ve Never Known
The James Bond gun logo. The West Side Story poster. Meet Joseph Caroff, the unknown designer whose work you know well.
The Daily Heller: We've Been in this Dangerous Predicament Before!
Adrian Wilson has adapted WWII-era VD posters for the age of COVID.
The Daily Heller: When Game Culture Went Viral
Adrian Wilson, known for his extraordinary résumé of public interventions, has found COVID-19 in Pac-Man.
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