Did you know that Fanta, the '70s–'80s popular soft drink, was a Nazi-era German invention?
Kenzo Mayama Kramarz's "The First One Hundred Tweets" is one of the flurry of Trump-related responses interpreting and commenting on the character's characters.
Stephen Alcorn's "MILTON GLASER, IL DUCA DI NEW YORK: A Series of Portrait Tributes" is a tour de force of drawing craft and skill.
Steven Heller opens a late 19th- to early 20th-century French bottle and label producer's chromolithographic catalog of samples.
Here is an address Walter Dorwin Teague gave in 1936: "Industrial Art and Its Future."
“The heart is a very, very resilient little muscle. It really is,” said Woody Allen’s character in Hannah and Her Sisters. Heart: Anatomy, Function and Diseases (Dell, 1962) was part of a unique series of “Visual” books illustrated by leading designers. This one, illustrated by George Giusti, is comprised of his abstract and representational...
The so-called Sig-Runes, the logo for the Nazi SS (Schutzstaffel), was actually designed by out-of-work illustrator Walter Heck.
Steven Heller talks with Len Stein about his Resistance protest badges.
Of all the propaganda memorabilia inside Communist China, the most curious were the thousands of different colorful porcelain figurines.
Before mass-produced cigarettes were available starting in the 1880s, rolling papers were sold as packs of cut sheets in small booklets, and were beautifully designed.