In 1965, Charles Eames produced a documentary about Westinghouse. Have you seen it?
Steven Heller offers a look back at a French infographic from the 1930s.
Michael Dooley talks with Mike Salisbury, the art director behind the iconic album cover that distinguished the King of Pop from the rest of the Jackson 5.
Like so many other insignificant consumer items, bobby pins were sold to the public with a modicum of contemporary style and illustrative panache.
Here are two rich resources for Eastern European Communist era graphic design.
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Designing New York City’s wayfinding "infostructure" demands a delicate balance of user needs - while maintaining the integrity of public space.
Steven Heller examines the classic bullseye—one of the most perfectly designed of all graphic forms—and the evolution of shooting targets.
Steven Heller takes a look at the lifestyle-infused vintage advertisements for the automobile manufacturer Renault.
Maëstro was a cigar. The Maëstro-man was a proto-Marlborough-like character who strode above the logo in die-cut points of purchase like this one.