Herb Lubalin did not invent the idea of using a type case as a framing device for typographic illustration, but he did do it long before most others.
Among the many beautifully designed artifacts to be found in Paris are the array of floor tiles frequently found in Parisian office and apartment buildings.
Who knew that Newton, Iowa, was the backbone of cardboard fan production in the American heartland.
Design Observer is moving off the screen and into the sunlight of retail.
Steven Heller previews a collection of punk posters from Andrew Krivine's archive, "Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die," the sina qua non of punk graphics.
This has been a big year for Ladislav Sutnar with the republication of "Visual Design in Action" and two Sutnar events in the offing or happening right now.
If you can think of any practical purpose for a vehicle that may appear absurd on the surface, Steven M. Johnson has figured out how to visualize it.
The master of monumental, Kevin O'Callaghan, is having his first career retrospective—"Monumental: The Reimagined World of Kevin O'Callaghan."
As one sees in German type foundry adverts from design magazines after 1933, the graphics professions quickly conformed to the decrees of the Nazi party.
Stack, a subscription service that sends a different indie magazine each month, is launching its first awards competition.