IdN #27.3

IdN caters for digital content creators and those who dig the Image. Gathering an impressive following from all corners of the globe, the mag has been heralded as the essential resource or those working or studying within the world of design, and it’s not hard to see why. The newest releases in design technology make this a valuable destination for your software, media and design needs.

In this issue:

IdN v27n3: Analogue Print & Production — Time To Get Our Hands Dirty!

We are all privileged these days to live in a world where we can obtain almost anything with just one click on a computer. But while we pamper ourselves with such extreme convenience, the longer it goes on, the more it triggers a need for physical touch. That is probably the reason why printed goods such as newspapers, books, posters, etc., still exist.
The younger generation in particular probably can’t conceive of a world without the Internet. That, to them, was the Stone Age. But when matters reach such an extreme, they often produce a counter-reaction. And this is what now seems to be happening. Designers are starting to walk away from their comfort zones, abandoning their computers and beginning to make works by hand.

Aland | Anna Lindner | Annabel Lin & Chin Wen Hsu | Flowing Design | Forth + Back (Nikolos Killian & Tanner Woodbury) | Geìza Barbosa | Guayabo | How To Ink | Human | Inês Fonseca (Kiddo Creative) | Isaac LeFever | Jessica Frascht | Jiang Hong−Da (Hong Da Design) | Kadir Çıtak | Katerina Voronina | Kemalcan Başaran | Little Giant (Matt Fletcher) | Lorenzo Gaggiotti (Stockholm17 Playing Cards) | M22 Creative | Marka Collective | Mr Cup Studio (Fabien Barral) | Natalya Balnova | Nate Azark (12Line & Grass Fed Studio) | Nick Liefhebber | Nini Sum | Passport | Puñalada | Rafael Neder | Regio (Sergio Aristizabal & Ana Varela) | Studio Hoekhuis (Ivo van de Grift) | The Archivist | tind