It was the future. Covering 1,216 acres in Flushing Meadows, New York, the 1939 New York World's Fair was erected on what was an ash-dump.
Michael Dooley shares a post-finale essay on advertising for the hit TV series Mad Men.
The SVA Department of Design Research, Writing & Criticism recently opened "Exploding Footnotes: Design Research in Action."
Read a Q&A with 2015 AIGA Medalist Marcia Lausen.
Cities are growing in size and the sprawl is increasing by leaps and bounds. This growth spurt introduces new challenges for businesses and residents as they attempt to navigate a number of dynamics. The result are design trends in Agri-culture, Urban Defense, Augmentality, Conspicuous Isolation and Frugeois.
Dirk Hagner reveals the brilliant things that happen when you mix haiku with text message lingo and woodcuts.
Steven Heller & Co. are on a quest to bring back one of the design world's lost treasures: Ladislav Sutnar's "Visual Design in Action."
Brendan Murphy of Lippincott explores the changing role of color in modern branding.
Each year, AIGA selects a series of designers and visual artists to present with the AIGA Medal. A truly distinguished honor, the medal is awarded to individuals in recognition of their exceptional achievements, services or other contributions to the field of design and visual communication. “I think I’m very, very lucky. Without planning too much, I...
J.J. Sedelmaier explores the book Ludwig Hohlwein, a collection of poster designs by the artist published in Berlin in 1926.