"Printing History" #22 is an exciting issue, especially for its cover story: "An Aesthetic History of the Ouija Board," which surveys the boards' type.
Jacob A. Ornstein's "Lettering for Fun" (1939) is an Avant Garde-ish comic version of what Avant Gardists of the '20s and '30s did for serious play.
The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
Announcing four new Steven Heller books!
Although Futura was verboten in Nazi Germany, it appeared in many places, including the nameplate for the youth magazine "Die Kameradschaft."
Two new books capture Futura perfectly.
Steven Heller talks with map guru Katharine Harmon about her cartographic passion.
Today marks the opening of "We the People"—a poster exhibit at The Cooper Union that brings the Bill of Rights to life.
Steven Heller talks about Ernie Bushmiller's legendary comic "Nancy" with the authors of "How to Read Nancy: The Elements of Comics in Three Easy Panels."
The new publisher Standards Manual has teamed up with Brian Kelley on "NYCTA: Objects": a catalogue that presents an archive of New York’s historic subway.