Steven Heller looks back at a 20s-era triptych for Hollywood Glo and wonders if today's drug-store displays will have the same charm 100 years from now.
Advertising designs showcase graphic design’s power. The ability to encourage people to buy a product, attend an event, or to change a previously-held perception through one graphic design creation is simply astounding. Creating great advertisement copy involves interdisciplinary approaches in both visual and verbal communication—branding, typography, images, contrast, unity and hierarchy intertwined to deliver a...
Announcing the 11 winners of Print's Legends in Advertising Awards, judged by Leo Burnett Executive Creative Director Jon Wyville.
Abstract, expressive and pun-based advertising typography from 1957 had such an unpretentious eloquence that it is easily the best example of type as art.
The top winner of Print’s Legends in Advertising Awards paired clean design with a complex concept to tackle a vital issue concerning citizen journalists.
Every Wednesday for more than 20 years, Keith Reinhard faxed his DDB employees around the world a single piece of advice about advertising, business or life. Here are 10 of his favorites.
When Leo Lionni was art director of Fortune magazine, he created How to Read Fortune In Bed, a content-driven typographic promotion.
These Zionist posters are a mixed bag from the late '30s through the '50s, ranging from ads for consumables to political campaigns and even a boxing match.
While digging through vintage issues of Print, Steven Heller uncovered two rarely seen works from Ladislav Sutnar and Tom Eckersley.
Steven Heller shares a Congress of Racial Equality protest button he has kept since the 1960s.