7 Freelancing Tips You Need To Read Before You Give Notice

Arianna Orland’s innate curiosity has gotten her far in her career. Never satisfied with the status quo, she continually uses both inquiry and hustle to propel herself to grow and acquire the necessary skills to be successful. She refers to this process as “reinvention.” Arianna has worked for several companies as a designer in many different […]

50 Designers, 50 States, 50 New License Plates

One designer with a penchant for the past took on a monumental design project that involved 50 designers, 50 days, and all 50 states. After he got fed up with poorly designed license plates, Jonathan Lawrence, lead designer at Matchstic in Atlanta, Georgia, started the State Plates Project and actually did something about it. Read rest of story here.

Meet Montreal Design Studio Valleé Duhamel

Montreal-based designers and art directors Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel continually surprise and delight their clients (and their clients’ customers), by creating complex narratives that marry lo-fi, hand-rigged objects with high-end production techniques. The results are often mind-boggling and leave the viewer to wondering, “How’d they do that?” Their video and animation work for clients like Reebok, Hermès, MTV, […]

Two Type Designers to Watch

In the February issue of Print, we reached out to highly respected type-design aficionados and asked them which type designers we should all be watching. Each person featured has a unique take on their craft, and has had success with at least one typeface. Here are two more type designers to follow in 2015. Berton Hasebe Sunnyside, […]

What Does it Take to be a Great Leader?

Some people think that to be a successful creative business leader you need a killer instinct or take-all mentality. But Stanley Hainsworth, founder and chief creative officer of Tether, says true leadership requires generosity, compassion and a willingness to let others lead. Stanley Hainsworth may be the most eccentric person I know, but he is also […]

A Family Affair

Remember when you used to get tons of beautifully-printed self promotions in the mail from designers and artists? The envelopes were bulky and you just knew something good was inside. Unfortunately, those days are long gone and we rarely get physical mail, other than bills. Well, LewisCarnegie, based in Austin, Texas, still attends to this […]