The master of monumental, Kevin O'Callaghan, is having his first career retrospective—"Monumental: The Reimagined World of Kevin O'Callaghan."
As one sees in German type foundry adverts from design magazines after 1933, the graphics professions quickly conformed to the decrees of the Nazi party.
Stack, a subscription service that sends a different indie magazine each month, is launching its first awards competition.
Typographische Monatsblätter, Schweizer Grafische Mitteilungen, Revue Suisse de L'Imprimerie—aka TM/RSI/SGM—was the epitome of discourse on Swiss typography.
Type designer Pablo Medina is giving Bushwick an eponymous typeface. Currently engaged in crowdfunding, his reasons dig deep into his own Latino culture.
In its new exhibition, The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach traces the history of a stylish and ubiquitous house plant—the philodendron.
How many of you knew that designed broom labels were an industry of some note?
In the '30s, the Mexican Travel Board's job was to entice more travelers from the US, and it did so through stylized graphic design and typography.
Those of you reading may not know that 18 years ago, at the height of the design writing wave, Allworth Press and the AIGA published "Design Culture."
A vintage wrapper lover could overdose on candy wrappers produced in France during the Deco era.