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Masquerading Artists

The 1951 Improvisations program for the Artists Equity Masquerade Ball includes artwork by the likes of Isabel Bishop and many more artists. Take a look inside this limited edition program.

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Design Vs. Illustration

Look inside this 1932 issue of Printing Art, a trade journal, that felt trouble a-brewin’ in the fields of design and illustration.

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Posters Against Evil

“Images De L’Espagne Franquiste” (Images of Franco’s Spain) with drawings by Badia-Vilato and text by Mateo Santos criticize Francisco Franco’s regime. Read on to see why Heller calls the book “beautifully stylized and shockingly symbolic.”

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Lucian Bernhard’s Radio City

Lucian Bernhard created the cover art and lettering for this January 1936 edition of the Radio City Music Hall’s quarterly program.

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Weekend Heller: Cuba Si

Heller’s co-author on “Cuba Style,” Vicki Gold Levi, has donated a major gift to the Wolfsonian Museum, art from Cuba in the pre-Castro era.

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When The Stone Was Rolling

“Rolling Stone” was tied with politics and culture, and this cover in which Ralph Steadman created a political caricature is no different.

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Sneaky Sign Art

Explore the work of French artist Clet Abraham who has created interesting street sign art interventions for several months now.

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Postmodern Graphic Design’s Midwest Routes

The 1988 spiral bound French Paper Speckletone sample book, featuring the work that put Duffy and company on the map, expresses the trajectory of Duffy and Charles Spencer Anderson’s distinct careers. Take a look inside it.