Jeff Roth, researcher extraordinaire, found this obituary for Edward Nelson Dart, former "New York Times" art director and layout man.
Early Germanic runes have reverberated throughout history.
Meet Hoefler & Co.'s newest typeface offering: Ringside.
These children's books—published on the eve of American involvement in World War II—reveal the mindset of the times on the cultural, social and demographic make-up of the U.S.
Steven Heller talks with John Cuneo, illustrator and author of "Not Waving But Drawing" (Fantagraphics Underground).
Booklets issued by decency groups in the 1950s did their best to contain salacious content, and one of the graphic design methods was abstract illustration.
In Nazi Germany, the Aryan certificate (Ariernachweis) was a document certifying that a person was a member of the Aryan race (or not).
"LEAP Dialogues" is a veritable handbook for social innovation and social impact design stories through a global lens.
In this poster, Ross MacDonald vividly portrays how humanity should respond to the immigration ban as he pays homage to Emma Lazarus' immortal words.
Ladislav Sutnar created a series called the Venus paintings, which although they echo Pop Art of the '60s, were exercises in geometric construction.