Steven Heller cracks open Otl Aicher's "le monde comme projet," a literate collection of writings on Aicher's engagement with typographic modernism.
Dooley talks with pop culture archaeologist Warren Dotz, author of books on design artifacts such as packaging labels for firecrackers... and Elephant Love.
H. Lawrence Hoffman was a luminary in the mass market paperback cover genre. Here, Steven Heller talks with Hoffman's daughter about her father's work.
Steven Heller and Timothy Goodman discuss Goodman's new book, "Sharpie Art Workshop."
Neenah Paper and Design Army teamed up to find emerging artists from the future classic design cities. See their work.
Steven Heller gives an update on the reprint of Sutnar's "Visual Design in Action," and shares the scoop on two upcoming events.
Ellen Shapiro visits the New York Antiquarian Book Fair and finds treasures of special interest to graphic designers.
Denise Bosler's newest book, "Creative Anarchy," encourages designers to break the rules. Read an excerpt about the typography rule.
If you think you've seen Constructivist film ephemera before, think again.
Venice has stencil, London has Gill Sans and Amsterdam has what locals refer to as "Krulletters"—highly ornamented script painted with a brush.