The exhibition "Get With the Action: Political Posters From the 1960s to Now" highlights the power of applied design and its utility in rallying citizens.
Steven Heller talks with map guru Katharine Harmon about her cartographic passion.
For those who want to be truly inspired in ways they never thought possible, go to the first NYC Arthur Szyk exhibition since the 1970s.
Gary Panter is back with a fresh take on hippie culture.
The Wende Museum is opening a Cold War venue with the capacity to engage a much broader constituency and produce more cutting-edge collaborations.
"Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?" addresses how design communicates messages around the world at a time when healthcare is more critical than ever.
Julian Allen's first solo exhibit in New York state since his untimely passing continues until Oct. 15.
With a new exhibition on the way, Philippe Apeloig shares some insight into his work.
On July 27 the Contra Galleries in New York City is presenting an exhibition of new works by the iconic Sasquatch character Frank Ape.
So many outstanding comics anthologies, so little quality eyeball time. But worry not: Print’s come to your rescue.