The Gaza War—Through the Eyes of Israeli Illustrators and Art Directors

Detail from “Mr. Death, What’s Next?” by Gal ShkendiWith war raging between Israel and Hamas, people all over the world are bombarded with news images of destruction in Gaza and of international protests condemning Israel and/or posts in support of Israel. Seeing the conflict through the eyes of artists can give it a different perspective...

Give Your Sidewalk Sign a Makeover for Fall

Those sidewalk signs have been working hard for you all summer, enticing shoppers into your store and getting your business noticed. But months of standing in the rain, sun and heat have probably taken a toll on them. If your outside advertising isn’t fresh, colorful and current with the season, customers will walk right on...

Surviving Attack

“As long ago as 1915, two Zeppelins crossed the English Channel, dropped bombs on Yarmouth and nearby villages. Thus was born the horrible art of air attack on civilian populations,” stated the editorial for the January 1942 “Civil Defense Reference Number” Architectural Forum, which continued: “Now, for the first time, the U.S. is in a...

Goss packaging innovation recognized with 2014 InterTech Technology Award

Goss International has again been named among the recipients of a prestigious InterTech Technology Award in 2014. While extending a significant track record of technology achievements, this latest distinction marks the company’s first major award for innovation in the packaging sector. “This award is particularly gratifying as it establishes Goss as a true innovator in...

Classic On Boards Ken Kumpe To Spearhead Business Development

Charlotte, NC - Classic Graphics, one of the largest privately held graphic communication companies in the Southeast has on boarded Ken Kumpe, Senior Account Executive. A 20 year span in the industry along with a concentrated focus on Business Development and National Account Management made Kumpe the right choice for Classic. “We needed someone with...

Collins Inkjet Announces Extension of Preliminary Injunction in Legal Battle with Kodak

Collins Inkjet would like to provide a notice to customers of Kodak Versamark printers that the preliminary injunction issued March 6th, 2014, which required Kodak to offer non-differential pricing to refurbish Kodak Versamark print heads, regardless of which company’s ink had been used in the print head, has been extended. Originally set to expire after...

RM Machinery Names Lloyd Molloy New Director of Customer Service

CARNEYS POINT, N.J. - RM Machinery Inc. (RMM) has promoted Lloyd Molloy as its new director of customer service, effective immediately. In this new post, Molloy will oversee RMM’s staff of printing press technicians and ensure a high standard of excellence in installation, startup and repairs of presses. He also will manage a multimillion-dollar inventory...

89 Essential Quotes About Design

We want to see your advertising designs. Don’t miss your chance to enter Print’s Legends in Advertising Awards!Though quotes may often be contradictory, presented out of context and preserved over the years like a bad game of telephone, I’ve long been obsessed with collecting them. A good quote is the equivalent of a poem, or maybe...