Emigre celebrates 25 years in graphic design with Emigre No. 70

Emigre was a cutting-edge graphic design magazine and type foundry. A total of 69 mostly irregularly produced issues of the magazine were published from 1984-2005. The first 63 issues were self-published and self-distributed. Issues 64-69 were copublished and distributed by Princeton Architectural Press. The magazine was added to the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Design Museum in London.

The college's Goldstein Museum of Design maintains a complete set of all Emigre issues in its collection as noted by Jamirdesign.com.

Emigre is back with issue 70, which is actually a book published by Gingko Press, with a selection of reprints from past issues of the magazine.