Steven Heller talks with Commercial Artisan's James Sholly about "Commercial Article," his series of publications focusing on historic Indiana creatives.
Happy Halloween. Delve into these delightfully creepy horror books from hell with illustrations from the well-known and long forgotten.
Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" celebrates its bicentennial in 2018. Take a journey through time with these 17 cover designs for the classic novel.
Punk's image is anything but ambiguous. Johan Kugelberg says it best in his book The Art of Punk, co-authored with Jon Savage, “The history of the punk aesthetic cannot be told, only shown.”
An article from a 1920s issue of German design magazine Das Plakat offers insights to poster artist Mayer-Lukas, who there is little known about elsewhere.
“A cookbook…is the final merger of many different traditions, primarily cooking and writing, but also editing, design, binding, printing, and photography.”
The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach just opened an important new exhibit on the Austrian poster maestro Julius Klinger.
Toshi Omagari at Monotype has resurrected a number of lost typefaces by Berthold Wolpe.
In Nowherelands: An Atlas of Vanished Countries 1840–1975, Bjørn Berge proves you can tell a lot about a forgotten nation simply by its postage stamp design
Steven Heller celebrates the beautiful calligraphy of Jan Sawka.