Illustrator/designer Greg Pizzoli pulls back the curtain on children's book publishing, a part of the industry where a precious few manage to make it.
Neenah Paper’s support is helping the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum take advantage of its new space to inspire the next generation of designers.
Neltner Small Batch, a design firm nestled in Kentucky, brings a craft beer café to life by nodding to the brewhouse history of Cincinnati.
The Beauty of Letterpress, an online resource that showcases the industry’s most innovative letterpress work that designers can reference for all kinds of inspiring eye candy.
Pop-culture design whiz Andrew Heath gives a deeper look into his awesomely nerdy series—and chats about his process, how to stand out, and much more.
Talk surrounding the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has been abnormally heated. See how illustrators are responding to a Russian bill that’s viewed by many as discriminatory.
Once limited to body-altering AIGA posters, non-font typography has moved from the back alley of design to the center stage. Three designers do it well.
The winners of HOW's Fifth Annual Logo Design Awards represent the best logo from 2013, and span everything from restaurant and boutique logos to business logo designs.
After a traumatic tampon-buying experience that involved an “orange-picking claw” and a store-wide audience, Tiffany Gaines was inspired to revamp another product many people need but hate to buy. Enter Gaines’ sexy product design for the Lovability Condoms. As a School of Visual Arts MFA Design for Social Innovation student, Gaines thought to change...
Dig into one designer's success story of venturing out on her own with FuzzyMug. It's design inspiration with a cute, cuddly twist.