In the '40s and '60s the National Dairy Council created a checklist of virtues that the average teen boy should strive for. Naturally, drinking milk was one.
Discussing his new book "Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type," Steven Heller reveals the difference between Oooohs and Ahhhs.
De Reclame was Holland's leading advertising-design journal in the 1920s and early '30s.
The Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements through exhibitions, a social center, workshops and more.
This rare promotion for the Broadway showing of "A Wonderful Night" is a matter-of-fact Art Deco or Moderne representation.
Brazil’s "Para Todos" magazine, under the art direction of illustrator José Carlos, was the gem of the country's Art Deco–age periodicals.
The Wolfsonian has an exciting new exhibition coming up: "Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age."
Steven Brower is feeling a bit nostaglic.
John Roman explores what prerequisites need to be present for commercial work to be respected as "art."
Though it might sound surprising, attitudes about type revivals are quite polarized. What follows is a brief overview of the inherent debate.