This New York City Subway train wrapped completely in Mark Alan Stamaty cartoons presents an outside-the-box approach to advertising.
When a repressive regime dies, it leaves behind the graphic artifacts of the state.
Here are 30 moments, projects, redesigns, typefaces, film titles, books and more that shaped the last 365 days of design.
Eric Karnes, founder of the one-man Karnes Poster Company, discusses how he creates his work—with tools including paper, camera, flatbed scanner, x-acto blades and scotch tape.
Design Ranch harnessed the power of pink to represent The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City’s new brand identity design.
Most brand campaigns embody a universally recognized character, many of them based from Jungian psychology. Brand designers and strategists insert common archetypes into a brand’s ethos to create an identity that connects with customers. In Margaret Hartwell’s book, Archetypes in Branding, and in her online course, Strategic Brand Development, she analyzes 60 different common archetypes found in...
Steven Heller talks with author M.C. Hühne about the design history of Pan Am.
Sometimes typography really is a matter of life and death. Are automakers keeping us safe with dashboard design and typography—both now and in the future?
In 1962, a few years before San Francisco went psychedelic, Francis Mair at Walter Landor Associates appeared to turn graphic design in that direction.
A review of copyright infringements occurring in political campaigns while noting the definition of fair use and how to use it correctly. View copyright infringement and fair use examples from present and past political campaigns.