Thursday, 15 March 2018


In circulation from 1883 to 2011, Inland Printer was among the first periodical to change its cover with every new issue and was instrumental in spreading the Art Nouveau movement in the US, itself launched in response to the booming Mid-Western print industry. The venerable trade magazine highlighted and heralded changes in design and style, showcasing new talent, and helped usher in other movements as it kept publishers abreast of the latest advances in colour printing and engraving—both for promotional ephemera and books meant to last. Check out a whole gallery of cover art and vintage advertisements from the magazine curated by Dangerous Minds at the link up top.