Feral House has disinterred illustrator and record cover maestro Jim Flora’s "Grandpa's Ghost Stories" in time for the Halloween season.
It is interesting how visions of the future—mechanical men—have evolved from the primitive creatures of fantasy past into the robots of today.
Reynolds Stone is known for lettering, engravings and inscriptions, and for having a last name that fits nicely with some of his life's work.
Steven Heller offers a send-off to "Playboy" publishing legend Hugh Hefner.
Steven Heller looks back at the visionary work of publishing guru Ian Ballantine, founder of Ballantine Books with Betty Ballantine.
Andy Warhol would be proud of Swedish hardcore punk band Pissjar. The members created their own experimental typeface. Using urine.
"Printing History" #22 is an exciting issue, especially for its cover story: "An Aesthetic History of the Ouija Board," which surveys the boards' type.
The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
How much do you know about Dr. Seuss? Here we share 22 illustrations from the surrealist author that you probably have never seen.
Announcing four new Steven Heller books!