It's hard to believe, but Milton Glaser has never shown work at an art print fair—this despite the hundreds of prints and posters he's created over his six-plus decade career. Until now.
"A Night at the Garden" is a short film that appeared at the New York Film Festival with rare footage of the 1939 Nazi rally in the heart of New York City.
The Kourier was the KKK's rhetoric, which they acted like a seemingly normal organization rather than the supremacist scum they were is reflected in this.
Waterhouse Cifuentes Design has a fresh take on the design system behind MTA Planned Work, a system that was previously ad hoc at best.
For 60 years, Renaldo Kuhler illustrated and chronicled a small nation he called Rocaterrania, which he kept to himself for much of his life.
Cipe Pineles' influence on editorial design and illustration earned her a place as the first woman inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.
The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach just opened an important new exhibit on the Austrian poster maestro Julius Klinger.
CVS Health partnered with Deborah Adler to create ScriptPath—a prescription management system designed to make pills easier to manage and understand.
Toshi Omagari at Monotype has resurrected a number of lost typefaces by Berthold Wolpe.
Steven Heller talks with University of Texas at El Paso professor Anne M. Giangiulio about her students' quest to rebrand their city away from stereotypes.