In Stencil Type, Steven Heller and Louise Fili explore the variety and influence of the world’s most ubiquitous typographic style.
Steven Heller takes a look at Elbert Hubbard's series "Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great," which was published monthly for 14 straight years.
In mid-19th century New York, German immigrants came to the city and started a fair number of newspapers - such as PUCK - which Steven Heller examines here.
Broadway Magazine covered the beauties and cuties of the stage beginning in 1891. To tickle your show lust, here are two issues.
Steven Heller takes a look at the coats of arms of secret societies around the world, circa 1900.
Steven Heller takes a look at institutional racism in the United States via packaging and book covers.
If you love type and love Rome, you'll love SVA's Masters Workshop.
What's a design or designer selfie? Take a look at this one by Philadelphia designer Matthew Leibowitz.
Reportager and Moleskine have teamed up to present a new award for visual journalists.
Glenn Horowitz Bookseller has a new Manhattan gallery, and a new exhibit—"Matter/Giacometti."