12 Design Magazines Worth Subscribing To
Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design on and off the page. Covering a field as broad as communication itself-publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art-Print covers commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle. Engagingly written by cultural reporters and critics who look at design in its social, political, and historical contexts, Print explores why our world looks the way it looks, and why the way it looks matters.
HOW magazine's goal is to help designers, whether they work for a design firm, for an in-house design department or for themselves, run successful, creative, profitable studios.
HOW strives to serve the business, technological and creative needs of graphic-design professionals. The magazine provides a practical mix of essential business information, up-to-date technological tips, the creative whys and hows behind noteworthy projects, and profiles of professionals who are influencing design.
Every month Web Designer delivers the finest tutorials, features, news and reviews so you can unleash your creative side.
Every issue is packed with: Exclusive interviews, Professional advice in our business section on what works and what to avoid, Behind the scenes with top developers and agencies, Site Showcases, How to's, tips and techniques on: Dreamweaver, XHTML & CSS, Flash & ActionScript, Photoshop & Illustrator, Wordpress & Micro-blogging
Layers keeps you on top of the latest design trends taking place within the world of the Adobe Creative Suite programs. Each issue unlocks new possibilities, new ideas, and new methods that help you accomplish more!
We aim to satisfy that passion by delivering some of the world's best-selling magazines serving the creative industry. Across all of our creative titles; Computer Arts, Computer Arts Projects, 3D World and MacFormat, you will find step-by-step tutorials, tonnes of tips and tricks for web design, typography, 3D, animation, motion graphics and multimedia. Together with reviews of the latest hardware and software releases, enhance your skills and knowledge with creative tips, technical advice and interviews from the leading experts in the global design world.
3D World is the only international magazine for 3D artists: from home users to leading professionals. Each issue provides analysis of latest trends in the market, artistic and technical advice, impartial product reviews, and behind-the-scenes articles on the making of key projects in this progressive and fast-paced industry. Practical content forms the mainstay of the magazine, with tutorials, tips and step-by-step guides covering every major 3D software package, from freeware to leading professional applications such as 3ds max, Maya, Cinema 4D, LightWave and Softimage|XSI. In-depth articles on the making of new animations, visual effects, videogames and architectural visualisation projects showcase the work of leading 3D companies, while impartial reviews of the latest 3D software and hardware provide invaluable buying advice for both studios and independent artists.
From magnetic paper to clear covers to the first-ever 100% tree-free, synthetic, recyclable magazine, Clear has always been at the forefront of print technology innovation. We have worked to apply this same creative sensibility in a unique way using digitally enriched technologies to create a state-of-the art, design savvy and eco-friendly digital magazine.
Bridging the Gap Between Emerging Artists and Creative Professionals. CMYK Magazine is where aspiring creatives showcase their talents to an industry driven by inspiration and new ways of creative problem solving. At the same time, CMYK Magazine is where creative directors, agency principals and art buyers recruit students and recent graduates at today's top art-design schools: art directors, copywriters, designers, photographers and illustrators.
The Freshest Creative Hand-Picked by the Best in the Business. CMYK Magazine's quarterly Call For Aspiring Creatives is open to emerging artists across the globe in the fields of art direction, copywriting, design, photography and illustration. Each issue of CMYK Magazine features as many as 100 selections from more than 80 art-design students attending over 30 of the world's leading art-design schools, departments and workshops. Every piece is selected for print by the industry's most influential creative professionals.
Digital Arts is the UK's leading resource for creative professionals, both in print and online.
Digital Arts addresses the needs of those within the exploding digital media market by providing relevant and forward thinking content, and by consistently running more exclusive reviews and features than any other magazine or Web site in the market.
Grafik is the UK's only monthly magazine entirely dedicated to graphic design. It showcases the best and most exciting new design work and is read by designers around the world.
ART WORLD is a new bi-monthly magazine put together by a team of informed and passionate people who understand what gets readers excited about art. They've worked on publications such as the Art Newspaper, the Financial Times, Art Forum, the Guardian, The New Yorker and Modern Painters.
The result is a magazine that's smart and informative, highly visual and readable - a magazine for the growing number of sophisticated individuals who engage with contemporary art.
ART WORLD focuses on recent work by a broad selection of emerging and established artists practicing across all disciplines. It includes news, previews and inside information, but also - importantly - provides an opportunity for artists, curators and gallerists to speak directly to everyone who's fascinated by contemporary art.
The International Review of Graphic Design is a quarterly print magazine for everyone involved in graphic design and visual culture.
First published in London in 1990, Eye was founded by Rick Poynor, a prolific writer on graphic design and visual communication. Poynor edited the first twenty-four issues (1990-1997). Max Bruinsma was the second editor, editing issues 25-32 (1997-1999), before its current Editor John L. Walters took over in 1999. Stephen Coates was art director for issues 1-26, Nick Bell was art director from issues 27-57, and Simon Esterson has been art director since issue 58.