Steven Heller takes a look at the design and advertising of war bonds during WWII.
Gene and Helen Federico's family home in Pound Ridge, New York — the quintessence of Mid-Century Modern design — is for sale.
Gardner Displays of Pittsburgh published this snazzy catalog in postwar America to show what they were able to do—hypnotize through design.
it was the package more than the Psyllium husk that attracted Steven Heller to Sat-Isabgol, an Indian stomach remedy
Steven Heller talks with John A. Parks about his new series of New York City paintings.
Steven Heller chats with Etienne Delessert about what's missing in children's book publishing today—and what a new event is trying to do about it.
Steve Brodner talks about managing the art in the 150-year anniversary issue of The Nation.
Don't miss Emprise, SVA's showcase for the class of 2015 to present their entrepreneurial ventures to peers and the public.
There's so much graphic design history on these seven envelopes, they're giving Steven Heller goosebumps.
German graphic designer Anton Stankowski was a master of the minimal—and a pioneer of "constructive graphic art" that involved photographic media.