Niche film archivist Doug Wilson is on a mission.
Steven Heller talks with editor Anna-Marie Crowhurst about her beautiful new publication, The Eighty-Eight.
Steven Heller looks back on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's controversial 1969 exhibit "Harlem On My Mind: Cultural Capital of Black America."
From 1955–1960, the Piels brewery employed the Young & Rubicam ad agency to create new commercials for their beer—and the agency devised Bert and Harry.
W.A. Dwiggins' studio in Hingham, Mass., was a mecca for a rarefied type and design connoisseur.
Istvan Banyai has done some cool (perhaps old school) animations, but his new 3D interactive project caught my eye and hit the market just a few days ago.
From time to time, The Daily Heller will publish a series of artefactoids, bits and pieces of cultural design ephemera assembled by various contributors.
Typography nerds and Dwiggins fans alike will savor the reprinted masterpiece "Stencilled Ornament & Illustration" when it is released in September.
There’s a movement afoot for a new candidate and a contest that the logo factory 99designs is running right now to create a logo for Deez Nuts, the presidential candidate/15-year-old Iowa farm boy giving nutsy old Donald Trump a run for his money. “Little is known about Deez Nuts,” says Aimee Grove for 99designs,...
Steven Heller takes a look at Peter Max and Tom Daly's Panopticon exhibition, created with images from the legendary Bettmann Archive.