IdN v21n6: Packaging Design Issue – It's Love at First Sight!
IdN v21n5: Maximalism – Max it out!
IdN v21n4: Pattern Special – Brand in Pattern
IdN v21n3: Editorial Illustration – New Faces of Inspiration
Adbusters #117: Blueprint for a New World Part VI (Aesthetico) – Our Crisis Is A Crisis of Aesthetics
Adbusters #116: Blueprint for a New World Part V (Politico) – No Future
Adbusters #115: Blueprint for a New World Part IV (Techno) – What is reality?
Adbusters #114: Blueprint for a New World Part III (Corpo) – Birth of the Corporate Charter Revocation Movement
IdN Extra 09: Red Thread – Navigating the labyrinth of contemporary communication design
IdN Extra 08: Typo/graphic Posters – Data Typography, Graphics, and its Application in Creative Poster Design
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 06: Semi-Permanent – Speak Up
COLORS 90: Football – Thirty-two teams. One golden trophy.
COLORS 89: Moving House – In the past quarter century, the world’s migration rate has doubled. Today, 232 million migrants live abroad, and 90 million more are currently packing their bags. COLORS 89 – Moving House follows their journeys.
COLORS 88: Protest – Over the past three years, people in more than 80 countries across the world have taken to the streets to protest against their governments. But only in 6 of the above countries did governments finally fall.
COLORS 87: Looking at Art – So you want to be an artist?
The Ark Project – By DGPH
IdN 15th Anniversary Edition – What do you love?
Twenty 120: Truth vs Deception – By Connor Swegle
Jon Burgerman: Pens are my Friends – Enter the world of Jon Burgerman’s art, where nothing is safe from his meandering lines!
"I react to the world around me – my drawings are absurd because I believe that the world we have created is a bit absurd. The products we create, the personalities we put on, the way we pretend to know everything... so much of it is nonsense, and I find it really amusing."
Whimsical drawings filled with dry wit and humour are what Marc Johns specialises in. He generally aims to say as much as possible with as few elements as possible. He finds that the humour in things often leads to finding the truth about them.