Aaron Burns reveals a new "era for typography wherein the present is almost obsolete."
As graphic designers who specialize in logos and trademarks, Mark Fox and Angie Wang have done a splendid job in "Symbols: A Handbook for Seeing."
The billion dollar launch of the iPhone was met with petty complaints and indifference, highlighting the need for a Maslowian story-pyramid.
Henri Matisse is best-known as a painter, but here, Steven Brower explores his design work, including posters and book cover designs.
The history of illustration was once a topic rarely discussed in critical and academic circles. But today, that's finally changing.
Elliott Earls, head of the 2D design department at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, discusses his work, his philosophy and his video series, Studio Practice.
Johan Liedgren discusses how stories from literature and film can teach designers how to go about creating desire in the visual presentation of products.
Heller shares a design history tool, Arts:Search—a major new journals-based resource for researching the history of 19th- and 20th-century art and design.
Yellow book covers are huge again, say the pundits. Why and how - and where's a color fan to locate the sunniest designs out there? Here's your guide.
Steven Heller talks with Martin ∆. Pedersen about his unique new architecture website, Common Edge.