Survey Graphic was a magazine devoted to sociological methods of addressing societies from a critical but not dogmatic perspective.
Following the horrific events in Charlottesville, VA, designers and illustrators take a stand using political art as statements against hatred.
Austin gallery Mondo brings "An Inconvenient Sequel" to filmgoers & poster collectors through illustrator Justin Santora's take on the film. The results are…
Edon Muhaxheri's latest project involves an amazing discovery—a unique Albanian alphabet from the country's first ABC book. Here he tells us more.
Steven Heller turns his eye to Siglio Press and the upcoming book by Vincent Sardon, "The Stampographer."
Gallery 98 in Brooklyn is selling copies of the legendary "East Village Eye."
PRINT remembers iconic design and typography great Alan Peckolick, who died last week at age 76.
Did McSweeney's, the once-humble project of designer and writer Dave Eggers, transform the aesthetic preferences of an entire generation?
Gaze upon Rex Whistler's amusing, disturbing and "grotesque" "Reversible Faces," a series of upside-down and right-side-up portraits.
Once an editorial illustrator and now a filmmaker, Carlos Llerena Aguirre has been documenting Saynatakuna in his native Peru.