Magazines

Advanced Photoshop MagazineAdvanced Photoshop
Advanced Photoshop offers easy-to-follow and exciting tutorials in every issue. They are written by Photoshop experts and cover digital painting, photomanipulation, photo editing, new media, typography and graphics, so no matter what your area of interest, there will always be relevant content.

Before & After MagazineBefore & After
Before & Afteris dedicated to making graphic design understandable, useful and even fun for everyone.

CMYK MagazineCMYK
The art & design magazine featuring a quarterly art school design contest for emerging artists in art direction, copywriting, design, photography and illustration.

Communication Arts MagazineCommunication Arts
Founded in 1959, Communication Arts is the premier source of inspiration for graphic designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, advertising agencies, interactive designers, illustrators and photographers—everyone involved in visual communication. Whether in print or online, CA’s editorials, feature articles and the annual competitions it sponsors provide new ideas and information, while promoting the highest professional standards for the field. Now in its 53rd year, CA continues to showcase the current best—from industry veterans to tomorrow’s innovators—in design, advertising, illustration, photography, interactive media and typography.

Dynamic Graphics + Create MagazineDynamic Graphics + Create
Dynamic Graphics + Create magazine provides graphic design ideas, inspiration and information to help graphic designers produce successful, professional, attention-getting graphic design and desktop publishing projects from start to finish.

Graphic Design USA MagazineGraphic Design USA
With Graphic Design USA magazine you can find information on graphic design news, trends, people, ideas and products from the design community.

HOW MagazineHOW
Founded in 1985, the HOW brand began its life as a print magazine. Today, the brand still includes an award-winning magazine, but has grown to encompass a host of products and events created to serve the business, creativity and technology needs of graphic designers, whether they work for a design firm, for an in-house creative department or for themselves. The best website for designers, period! Killer design ideas, blogs, top sites & inspiration. Jobs & career advice for freelance, graphic & web designs.

Layers MagazineLayers
In today’s communication-crazed world, graphic designers, photographers, and video editors at every level have to reconfigure their finished work for a multitude of different channels, knowing one or two programs just won’t get the job done. That’s why Layers magazine is such an essential publication for the today’s do-it-all creative pro. Every page of Layers magazine is brimming with powerhouse tutorials for Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, GoLive, Acrobat, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and Flash – all the secret Adobe techniques that design professionals need to quickly and easily produce dazzling results. There really is no other magazine like it in the world.

Photoshop Creative MagazinePhotoshop Creative
Ever looked at an image and thought to yourself ‘I wish I could do that?’. It could be a simple desire to be able to improve your family photos or an ambition to make digital art. Whatever the impulse, Photoshop Creative gives you the skills and resources you need to make the images you want. And with a gallery website plus Twitter and Facebook accounts, you have an online community to join.

Print MagazinePrint
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.

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