Jonathan Hoefler released his first video this week promoting his latest collaborative type family, "Operator."
White space eventually became the hallmark of graphic design Modernism, but it happened gradually. We've learned to never underestimate its graphic power.
The copyright restrictions for Adolf Hitler's incendiary "Mein Kampf," the rant that foretold the Holocaust, were lifted this year.
Steven Heller talks with art director Jan Šabach about the New England magazine "Take."
Klaus Wittkugel was the most significant East German graphic designer during the '50s and '60s, but until now he was unknown in the West.
Rob Saunders turned his 40-year collection of type and typography artifacts into the Letterform Archive in San Francisco.
The Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships allow college students from minority and economically disadvantaged backgrounds a chance to realize their dreams.
While rummaging through his old, forgotten type history files, Steven Heller came across a cache of American Printing History Association newsletters.
De Gemeenschap was a Dutch monthly Avant Garde magazine for Catholic Reconstruction, featuring classic Modernist photomontage in the Constructivist tradition.
Pascal Béjean, a principal of Art Book Magazine, recently published "Cassandre Specimens" online.