We don’t want to seem like we’re showing favouritism to particular publications by featuring them repeatedly on the site, but even though we profiled Edition 9 of Process Journal back in October, Edition 10 is equally deserving of attention, and so we’re covering the Aussie mag again.
The tenth edition of Process (the second with an overarching theme) explores design from the perspective of New York, profiling studios like RoAndCo, Pentagram and Triboro as well as an in-depth feature on typographic masterminds Commercial Type and a host of other suitably geeky graphic design-related subject matter within the confines of a superbly designed piece of print.
As ever it’s the attention to detail that sets Process Journal apart from other design publications; the investigation into how projects came into existence and the struggles that were encountered along the way. And really it’s those stories that make graphic design exciting – much more so than the finished product.
- All of human life was there: welcome back to the Best of the Web
- Jody Barton's passionate and political work masters many disciplines
- A Hail Mary pass: how to win the ads at the Super Bowl
- February diary: Where to go and what to see
- Hey Studio’s athletic and geometric typeface for ESPN’s magazine
- Karl Hab’s hypnotic photographs taken out of a plane window
- The importance of creative education: why making is as important as maths, reading and science
- Why Fonts Matter, and how they impact your mood
- How to beat creative block: one designer offers his invaluable advice
- Pentagram’s dynamic and shifting identity for a Serbian digital arts festival
- PETA’s x-rated Super Bowl advert banned from TV (NSFW)
- Bureau Mirko Borsche works with Nike Basketball on a new graphic language