The City College of New York presented its Presidential Award to wunder-elder, art director and "big idea" ad man George Lois. Read his acceptance speech here.
During Mussolini's regime, most anything designed was created with the Fascist emblem, uniform or representation of either or both.
Diego Vainesman, chairman emeritus of the Type Directors Club, recently returned from Havana, where he was seeking typographic treasures.
During every presidential race, AIGA launches a campaign for members to use their design expertise to motivate the public to vote.
Bathroom humor has long been a mainstay of American politics, and the latest in this tradition is a limited-edition doggie poop bag with a handsome portrait of the Donald by Robert Grossman.
Michael Dooley reveals a collection of previously-unseen work by Saul Bass.
During World War II, RCA Victor instituted a company-wide campaign to "Beat the Promise."
On May 5, come to an exhibition featuring 150 Shakespeare posters from around the globe inspired by the English language's most iconic poet and playwright.
Gentry magazine broke new ground with its amazing graphic design and the timeless men’s fashions it presented in every issue.
Steven Heller takes a look at vintage cigar advertisements, and the story behind the stogies.