Marguerita Mergentime (1894–1941) made her mark in the 1930s with table linens in bold colors and innovative patterns.
We review Chromaphilia: The Story of Color in Art by Stella Paul, which reprises how color informs artist practices, materials, theory, culture and more.
Download 7 free printable stencils for signage, handmade posters, (preferably legal) street art and more from the Protest Stencil Toolkit.
Michael Russem and the staff of Kat Ran Press make small booklets that are packed with wonderfully curious design work.
Steven Heller opens Bill Rose's new collection of quotidian type compositions, logos and trademarks: "Junk Type."
Last month saw the publication of an autobiography about iconoclast publisher Barney Rosset, "Rosset: My Life in Publishing and How I Fought Censorship."
"LEAP Dialogues" is a veritable handbook for social innovation and social impact design stories through a global lens.
Given the recent resurgence in the popularity of Orwell's classic, these 1984 book covers illustrate the way the novel has been perceived over time.
Steven Heller talks with Eric Holzenberg about his new exhibition “For Art’s Sake: The Aesthetic Movement in Print & Beyond” at the Grolier Club of New York.
In light of the recent news about civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis, Michael Dooley explores a compelling graphic novelization of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s biography.