These examples of 1950s Italian design feature both geometric simplicity and optical vivacity.
"All good art is political" is the theme of Galerie St. Etienne's exhibition of the same name featuring Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) and Sue Coe (b. 1951).
Fattobene (Done Well): Italian Everyday Artifacts by Anna Lagorio and Alex Carnevali explores objects that are designed but, in a curious way, undesigned.
Florentine Giovanni Battista Bracelli's extraordinarily modern book of prints titled Bizzarie di Varie Figure cleverly depicts a variety of human figures.
BANG! says it is "the must unpredictable magazine in the world." It is also a beautifully and tastefully conceived publication.
Today of all days is when we should all experience empathy. Type designer Pablo Medina and Charles Hall have created a structure to remind us all.
Christmas cards may be an indulgence in these times of struggle and crisis, but they're also respites from the heavy-world-on-the-shoulders stress.
Rudolph de Harak made Steven Heller see Modernism in graphic design differently.
For those of you followers of Marshall McLuhan who never thought of him as a card sharp, Steven Heller has a treat in store.
Ladislav Sutnar tested the idea of the play principle with the toughest critics: Children.