John Baeder, the great American photorealist painter with a focus on roadside America, has turned his eye to vintage airplanes.
Steven Heller talks with the authors of "Looking Good: A Visual Guide to the Nun’s Habit."
New Yorker art editor Françoise Mouly and Nadja Spiegelman are prepping a publication titled "Resist!" to distribute at the Women’s March in Washington D.C.
Steven Heller savors a photo-typographic 1987 promotion for Productolith, Consolidated's enamel offset printing paper.
The wonderful print juxtapositions in "Dewar's Profiles New York" of Scotch and average successful drinking folk still hold Steven Heller's attention.
The man in this photo yelling "Hail Trump" is making a graphic statement. The salute recalls Fascism, the propagation of which is bolstered by design.
What I liked about '80s design was its disco, anything goes, Studio 54, modernist-be-damned reverie—such as Knoll's Venturi chairs.
Simply pop a Swanson turkey dinner in, heat and serve, and just be thankful we live in a new America where turkeys roam free on the gravy train.
Steven Heller offers a peek at his secret stash of Milton Glaser's sketches.
This Jonestown pamphlet is an eerie reminder that graphic design can always be a weapon of mass delusion.