Is there anything better than vintage drugstore countertop displays? Consider Comstock's N and B.
Steven Heller chats with Michael Gerber, publisher and editor of "The American Bystander"—one of the few humor magazines left in the U.S.
In the late 1940s, when "The Use of Heads in Commercial Art" was produced, stereotypes of the Platonic ideal and accepted fashions were sophomoric.
Michael Dooley showcases work by "wonder women"—that is, female comic writers and artists—from this year's San Diego Comic Con.
Over 50 years ago Milton Glaser was experimenting with various modern and Modernist book cover designs.
Meet PRINT's Designer of the Week, CA–based Jordan Cuellar, whose love for hand-lettering design and illustration is apparent in everything he creates.
Explore ten of the world's best letterpress studios, from Missouri to Iceland.
Student designer Michelle Cahill offers insights and predictions on the present and future of illustration.
Steven Heller considers Ann Rand's posthumous book "What Can I Be?" and the impact of Ingrid Fiksdahl King's illustrations.
From time to time the Daily Heller self-righteously turns to its Separated at Birth theme to look at the continual behaviors of “borrowing,” “influence,” “copying,” “indulging,” “pilfering” and “replicating.” Ideas are as free as the air but application usually confirms whether someone has committed homage or something less honorable—flattery or felony. On this point Stefan...