Armando Milani has curated nearly 200 posters by more than 100 designers from around the world for his new book, "No Words Posters."
Before Pantone became synonymous with ink, printing was the game. Steven Heller takes a look back at the company's past.
With all the commentary about the exclamatory "Jeb!" logo, the exclamation point gets a raw deal. Here, Steven Heller showcases an exclamation done right.
H. Lawrence Hoffman was a luminary in the mass market paperback cover genre. Here, Steven Heller talks with Hoffman's daughter about her father's work.
Steven Heller recounts Pabst's response to the brewing prohibition movement in the United States.
The Glass House presents the first survey exploring the relationship between the early paintings and pioneering design projects of Elaine Lustig Cohen.
During WWII, the government issued ration books. This was a design problem that had various iterations.
The Alice Award, which recognizes achievement in the illustrated book, has announced its 2015 shortlist.
Steven Heller showcases a set of poster stamps—small, yes, but of major significance to the histories of commerce, advertising and poster art.