In a world in which screen-based graphics and digital design dominate the mainstream, creating design for print continues to thrive among an international community of like-minded individuals. People of Print brings together more than 50 key artists and studios who embrace print’s potential for creative expression and experimentation.
Written by Marcroy Smith, founder of the eponymous online resource, and Andy Cooke, his long-time collaborator, People of Print presents a dazzling array of work created for paper and beyond, including posters, flyers, packaging, fanzines, self-published books, textiles and fashion, and exhibition design. Fully illustrated profiles, in-depth interviews and a comprehensive reference section make this book an inspirational resource for all graphic designers and illustrators who appreciate the value and craft of print.
'Detailing everything from the papermaking process, to essays on new technology … one thing’s for sure - print is still very much alive and kicking'
'People of Print have steered clear of Photoshopped blandness and stuck with glorious handmade imperfection'
'Visually stimulating ... will make you too want to try your hand at becoming a person of print'