Take a look at these top online resources where you'll find tons of advice and inspiration on the subject of print design.
The web is a wonderful thing, literally brimming with resources for people interested in the art of print design. But, sometimes, too much choice can be confusing, so we've picked five top resources to help you really get to grips with it.
Coverjunkie is all about creativity and inspiration. This awesome site celebrates brilliant print designs and the artists behind them. Run by Jaap Biemans, he describes the site online as 'an addiction to magazine covers that smack you in the face or you want to lick'.
The guys at magCulture love all types of magazines and newspapers, whether in print or digital form and they showcase as many of them as they can on this cool blog. With 25 years experience of magazine design, the site is written by creative director Jeremy Leslie.
If it's a typography design you're going for then Typeeverything should definitely be your first port of call. This site is literally overflowing with gorgeous examples of typography to inspire you. The team behind the site leave no commentary and simply let the hundreds of beautiful images do the talking.
This brilliant design blog Oculto is full of gorgeous images that are sure to inspire your print designs. The site is curated by talented graphic designer Pablo Abad, who's most known for his experimental typography designs. His collection of striking designs on Oculto, including many inspirational magazine covers.
If you're looking for inspiring print designs then head Tumblr blog F**k Yeah, Magazines is a fantastic place to start. The site finds brilliant mag covers from all over the world and brings them together in one place, complete with commentary and insights on many.
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