Timothy Goodman and Jessica Walsh have taken aim at love and friendship in past duo-projects, and now Donald Trump is in the crosshairs.
Steven Heller talks with Michael Skjei about a new exhibition that honors an underappreciated genius: Leaster Beall.
Today, vintage type catalogs—often called "type bibles"—are treated with more holy reverence than ever.
"Louise Fili: The Masters Series" at The School of Visual Arts brings the iconic designer's work to life.
Honoré de Balzac worked as a typefounder and indirectly launched de Berny Foundry before achieving fame as a writer with "Le Dernier chouan."
Meet "Mary Review," a magazine of news and ideas written and produced entirely by women.
This year Norman Seaton Ives' design and abstract art will be on view at "Constructions and Reconstructions," a retrospective of his work.
Paul Rand designed and illustrated four children's books with his wife, Ann Rand, as author, including this one: Listen! Listen!
Steven Heller examines an issue of the North Korean propaganda magazine, Korea.
Heller shares the acceptance speech he gave at last Wednesday's Eric Carle Award ceremony where he received the Museum's Bridge Award.