Sagmeister & Walsh are at it again. For six months they've been working with advanced contemporary fashion brand MILLY on a rebranding that you have to see.
This point-of-purchase display of a nicely dressed gent sitting by an outdoor table in a modernist chair is the epitome of '30s advertising elegance.
Steven Heller takes a look at Milton Glaser and Seymour Chwast's classic Photolettering type-to-go poster.
Milton Glaser did not do many movie posters, but the ones he did are as distinctively his as they are unusual for the film genre.
Steven Heller examines vintage Soviet cigarette packages, courtesy of !PRODUCTIVE ARTS!
Is there anything better than vintage drugstore countertop displays? Consider Comstock's N and B.
Jennifer Kinon recently asked 45 designers/studios to create button designs for "The 45 Pin Project: Hillary for America."
In the late 1940s, when "The Use of Heads in Commercial Art" was produced, stereotypes of the Platonic ideal and accepted fashions were sophomoric.
Sean Wolcott of Hampton Creek discusses the full-page Donald Trump ad he designed that ended up in "The New York Times."
“Turn the mind toward,” or ad vertere, is the ideological cornerstone of advertising. Determining what visual communication will turn the target audience’s mind to believe in a brand or product requires specialized research into the consumer’s motivations and values. Specialized training in visual communication combined with the ability to execute a compelling visual is not a...