Steven Heller opens Bill Rose's new collection of quotidian type compositions, logos and trademarks: "Junk Type."
"Abstract," executive produced by Scott Dadich, focuses its camera lenses on eight varied and distinctive designers.
The Mr. ZIP illustration appeared in many PSAs urging postal customers to use the five-digit ZIP Code that was initiated on July 1, 1963.
In the '60s, Charmers greeting cards (drawn in the Nebbish style) lightly insulted the receiver while showing off the passive aggressive wit of the sender.
This issue of "Die Form," the monthly magazine of the German Werkbund, was devoted to the 1930 Section Allemande.
Rays and ray guns may be fantastical, but the kinds of fantasies that were merely illustrated in the past became real over time.
Duncan Hanna's work combines the emotional light of Edward Hopper and the mystery of René Magritte, yet is uniquely his own.
Steven Heller takes a look at "The War and Posters in 1914–1918," which marks the 100th anniversary of WWI in Serbia.
Through his interpretations of media and typography, Marshall McLuhan predicted much of today's political world.
Jeff Roth, researcher extraordinaire, found this obituary for Edward Nelson Dart, former "New York Times" art director and layout man.