The Famous Artists School (founded 1948) was the preeminent correspondence learning service for painting and illustration and design instruction.
Steven Heller reflects on the imagery and experiences of his Thematic Apperception Test.
San Francisco designer Michael Schwab is part of an exhibition—"Wild West: Plains to the Pacific"—that will open up the Wild West to a new generation.
Steven Heller talks with Laila Rezai about her typographically infused art.
Geoffrey Hiller found an uncharted world … in Portland, OR. Here, he talks about his newest photography project.
Mussolini, Fascism, and the posters that tried to save it all.
The 1968 Olympics in Mexico City was the most politically charged athletic spectacular since the 1936 Games in Hitler's Berlin.
What's the common thread in these "Fortune" magazine ads from 1945?
Steven Heller considers Ann Rand's posthumous book "What Can I Be?" and the impact of Ingrid Fiksdahl King's illustrations.
From time to time the Daily Heller self-righteously turns to its Separated at Birth theme to look at the continual behaviors of “borrowing,” “influence,” “copying,” “indulging,” “pilfering” and “replicating.” Ideas are as free as the air but application usually confirms whether someone has committed homage or something less honorable—flattery or felony. On this point Stefan...