A few months ago, George and Luke Lois were approached by SOMA to advertise their launch in the U.S.
What's in that sack? The question is simple and the graphic response is a classic use of late '20s-era photomontage.
Safety razor patents were filed as early as 1880. They offered a close shave and a packaging boon for printers worldwide to create razor blade wrappers.
Hans Sachs founded the Verein der Plakat Freunde with Hans Meyer in 1905. Out of this poster cult evolved a passion for poster stamps. Here are a few.
If you want to pull in crowds or keep people at bay, there is nothing better than "Flashy Pennants," "Advertising Pencils" and "No Hitch-Hiker Stickers."
Check out these classic button cards of the '40s and '50s, when buttons were staples of everyday fashion.
Steven Heller looks back at Liberty magazine, which sought to help Americans get through the Great Depression via entertainment and engagement.
Ross MacDonald illustrated this faux 1950's Children's Guide to Utopia for the series finale of the Syfy Channel adaptation of Childhood's End.
Were classic French and American icons the source of the cliched socialist realism so popular during the Soviet era?
Sarajevo-based designer and professor of industrial design Asim Đelilović just published "Museum in Exile," a brand new history of this hot-button region.