The new publisher Standards Manual has teamed up with Brian Kelley on "NYCTA: Objects": a catalogue that presents an archive of New York’s historic subway.
For those who want to be truly inspired in ways they never thought possible, go to the first NYC Arthur Szyk exhibition since the 1970s.
Steven Heller talks with Janet Borgerson, co-author of the new book "Designed for Hi-Fi Living: The Vinyl LP In Midcentury America."
Gary Panter is back with a fresh take on hippie culture.
The Wende Museum is opening a Cold War venue with the capacity to engage a much broader constituency and produce more cutting-edge collaborations.
Steven Heller talks with Frank Baseman about his stirring letterpress series of rebuses.
"Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?" addresses how design communicates messages around the world at a time when healthcare is more critical than ever.
Patrick Roessler, a German design scholar, wrote "Viewing Our Life and Times: American and German Magazine Design in the 20th Century."
Three vintage delights from design hoarder Steven Heller: Otto Soglow's Tydol man; a Tom Mix Little Big Book; and a Nabisco trademark boy as letter opener.
From 1961–1973, five exhibitions were organized under the title "New Tendencies," bringing to light new approaches to art that included the computer.