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Saving the Last Taoist Effigy Shop in Singapore With Design

You’re used to seeing design competitions from industry media (raises hand), professional organizations and other institutions. How about one from a 124-year-old Taoist effigy shop in Singapore? “Established in 1896 and the last of its kind in the glittering city-state...

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The Daily Heller: The Corona Daily News

PRINT has published variously conceived and produced CoviDiaries since the beginning of this pandemic over 14 weeks ago. Essentially, they have been records of experiences, research, musings and other pastimes of our contributors more than diaries in the conventional sense....

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The Daily Heller: Transcendent Comics

The nominations for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2020 were announced recently and will be awarded at (a COVID-19 altered) Comic-Con. The nominees are for works published between Jan. 1, 2019, and Dec. 31, 2019. Named for acclaimed comics...

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The Daily Heller: Making Graphics Matter

Graphic Matters (formerly known as Graphic Design Festival Breda) is a biannual festival about present developments in (typo)graphic visual culture. The festival largely takes place in the public space of Breda, the Netherlands. Surprising graphic interventions create awareness about the...

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The Design Matters Interview: Ina Mayhew

Production designers are omnipresent throughout a film.  They curate the entire visual aesthetic of a cinematic journey—not entirely unlike, say, a creative director in the world of graphic design. Ina Mayhew knows about bringing fictive worlds to life. A graduate...

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Building Book Covers With Anna Morrison

Call it serendipity: Anna Morrison was studying illustration at Camberwell College of Art in London, but wasn’t entirely sure what she’d do when she graduated. During her senior year, a professor told her that she would “‘suit publishing,’ whatever that...

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The Daily Heller: An American Design Style All Its Own

Today, Merrill C. Berman, whose Weimar catalog of art and politics was covered last week in The Daily Heller, brings another slice of early twentieth century design history to the public feast: “American Posters of the WPA Era, 1935–1943.” Richard...

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