When tracing the history of groovy patterns and far-out typography unique to psychedelic design, the Doors of Perception don’t always open onto the 1960s.
Pulp is the "quarterly journal of people and paper," published for customers and clients of the Italian paper company Fedrigoni.
Stephen Alcorn's "MILTON GLASER, IL DUCA DI NEW YORK: A Series of Portrait Tributes" is a tour de force of drawing craft and skill.
In memory of 1960s underground comix artists Skip Williamson and Jay Lynch, Michael Dooley explores some of their most distinctive work.
People want human-centric design. And for the School of Visual Arts in New York City, that has never been an issue. Discover the Underground Poster's of SVA
Illustrator Ann Shen recently released her first book "Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World"
Michael Russem and the staff of Kat Ran Press make small booklets that are packed with wonderfully curious design work.
Some of the best ad hoc ads Steven Heller has ever seen ever seen are collected in "Serious Things a Go Happen: Three Decades of Jamaican Dancehall Signs."
As a history nerd, I simply cannot resist going down the rabbit hole of the history behind great design. I found myself studying advertising design in HOW U’s online course, which discusses the history of advertising during the World War I era—which in turn piqued my interest. I decided to dig further into this era of advertising. One...
Josh Cooley's name was all over the internet as fans shared the Pixar artist's illustrations of iconic scenes from R-rated movies. Check them out here.