This delightful, if eerie, promotional piece for Italian Bayer products from the 1940s is a rather graphic depiction.
Two great New York City awnings—CBGB and Modell—one gone and the other almost gone.
In 1960, a Cuban food brand printed a souvenir album that encouraged customers to buy cards chronicling the seven bloody years of the Cuban revolution.
Federico Seneca (1891–1976) was among the most innovative Italian advertising graphic designers.
These stamps have a spirited quality that belies the fact that the Italian Fascist government would just as soon stamp out resistance as tuberculosis.
Italian cigarette packaging has long had tremendous allure, and the advertising is not just smoke and mirrors.
Over the past 13 years, Guilherme Nóbrega, PRINT's latest Designer of the Week, has produced many award-winning print campaigns for global brands.
The last time Steven Heller saw Paul Rand in Europe was in the mid-1990s near the Musee D'Orsay in Paris.
What this world needs is a good design archive. Luckily, in 2014 the International Advertising & Design DataBase (IADDB) was founded.
Steven Heller talks with David Plunkert about his brilliant work for the Theatre Project.