Steven Heller interviews the co-founders of the beautiful Collective Quarterly—and asks why, now, they chose to invest in such an ambitious print magazine.
There is a tradition among publishers to celebrate their typefaces through notices and other means. Crowell-Collier went the extra mile for Times New Roman.
This rare booklet excerpts portions of a 1942 speech by FDR's vice president, Henry A. Wallace—with illustrations by Hugo Gellert.
Mirko Ilic's latest SVA NYC posters are an optical freak-out.
Mein Auto, published in 1927, is devoted to the German passion for auto racing. It is no coincidence that Hohlwein's imagery echoes the Nazi aesthetic.
One of the few Esquire covers created by George Lois to ever be killed was this one inspired by a James Baldwin article in the November 1970 issue.
Nick Sousanis drew his Columbia University dissertation entirely in comic form. "Unflattening" argues for visual thinking in teaching and learning.
Heroic illustration is the art of gesture. Here are some examples, from General George to Calvin Klein.
In 1993, Woody Allen turned the clock in New York back to the 1920s for "Bullets Over Broadway."
Mirko Ilic has collected and Steven Heller has written about William Shakespeare's promotional posters since the mid-nineteenth century to the present.