One of the least-celebrated but most original design genres during the mid- to late-'60s was TV graphics.
AIGA's Executive Director Julie Anixter recently interviewed Roger McGuinn about The Byrds and McGuinn's own solo covers.
Under Nazism, type was as political as everything else. Sans suggested Modernism, and Modernists were degenerates. But then there's Die Jungenschaft.
When the organizers of The Golden Camera wanted to make an impression, they knew they needed a brand identity that would be as eye-catching as the winners.
Learn how to better understand branding and product design by looking at them from the consumer's perspective.
When I received the baseball-sized plastic egg with a pair of pink panties rolled into a ball, I wondered whether the world had gone mad.
Ellen Shapiro explores the Roberto Burle Marx exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York. The undulating shapes in his landscapes have been highly influential not only in the design world, but also in Brazilian and international graphic design.
Meet Designer of the Week Jonathan Lawrence of branding firm Matchstic, and hear his thoughts on one of his first rebranding projects at Matchstic, on what designers today should keep in mind, and on what makes for powerful design. Name: Jonathan Lawrence Name of Firm: Matchstic Location: Atlanta, GA Design school attended: Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL...
Steven Heller presents sheet music published in Italy during the fin de siecle in the Art Nouveau style.
French artist/designer Fabien Barral (aka “MR CUP”) created an impressive editorial design for Walter Magazine.