The Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements through exhibitions, a social center, workshops and more.
Recent Purchase College graduate Julianne Waber, 21, has put her thoughts and fears about a career in design to the ultimate test.
John Roman explores what prerequisites need to be present for commercial work to be respected as "art."
These postmodern, new wave, neo-abstract forms were from the '40s—and then in the '80s they were stylistic, and now they're high design.
In order for design education to remain practical in the face of the rapidly shifting technological space, industry and academia would need to blend.
One of the greatest writers in the type bible was (and is) Beatrice Warde.
Print talks with Michelle Romo about the process of adapting Charley Harper's captivating illustrations to a new line of products from The Land of Nod.
The first AIGA Steven Heller Prize for Cultural Commentary was presented to Anne Quito.
Most design—arguably all of it—isn’t created to be the actual or final experience. It is instead an experience designed to direct us to another experience yet to come.
Two concurrent exhibits at the Binghamton University Art Museum feature the fine art of design icon Milton Glaser.