You probably knew that Albrecht Dürer was a great artist—but did you know he was a designer and inventor of the poster too?
For the first time, Corraini Editions presents a series of 16 fine art prints taken from Bruno Munari's "Alla faccia."
The Italian Fascists under Mussolini hoped to reestablish their empire, and focused on Africa as a vulnerable target rich with natural resources.
Nathan’s Famous wants you to remember where their fame began: In 1916 with a man whose hard work made him and his wife international successes.
Steven Heller discusses Harlequin illustrator Frank Kalan's life and work with Kalan's daughter, Christy.
This delightful, if eerie, promotional piece for Italian Bayer products from the 1940s is a rather graphic depiction.
In 1960, a Cuban food brand printed a souvenir album that encouraged customers to buy cards chronicling the seven bloody years of the Cuban revolution.
The visuals in Doctor Strange and other effects-heavy films owe an inspirational debt to Marvel’s dazzling Steve Ditko.
Federico Seneca (1891–1976) was among the most innovative Italian advertising graphic designers.
In 1950, "Il Borghese" was established by the editor, designer and humorist Leopoldo Longanesi.