"The Beatles A Hard Days Night: A Private Archive" by Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn (Phaidon) is drawn from the extensive archive of Martha Karsh.
Steven Heller talks with author M.C. Hühne about the design history of Pan Am.
Among other things I'll be doing today at The Designers & Books Design Book Festival is chatting about "W.A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design."
"Revolution Times: Graphic Design and Counterculture Newspapers" is a new exhibition at SFSU Design Gallery.
In 1962, a few years before San Francisco went psychedelic, Francis Mair at Walter Landor Associates appeared to turn graphic design in that direction.
If George Lois were doing Esquire covers today, what would he do about the election outcome? Here's his response.
These Ten Commandments of Citizenship from the anti-Communist 1947 comic book "Is This Tomorrow" apply more than ever before.
Ward Sutton, whose comic strip "Sutton Impact" has been lampooning the stupidly powerful for years, turned himself into "Stan Kelly."
The Knights Party is the political wing of the Klu Klux Klan, and its newspaper, The Crusader, has embraced "Make America Great Again."
Aaron Burns reveals a new "era for typography wherein the present is almost obsolete."