Michael Dooley presents a designer's guide to the 21 Best Comic Book Artists from Comic-Con 2015.
In the early 1920s American products were either nondescript or laden with ornament to camouflage a mass-market look. Although mass production was the foundation on which the modern American economy was built, many cultural critics felt that items coming off the assembly line lacked good taste. American industrialists, who could easily afford to aesthetically...
Explore work by Illustrator of the Week Jon Krause, courtesy of theispot.com.
This rare booklet excerpts portions of a 1942 speech by FDR's vice president, Henry A. Wallace—with illustrations by Hugo Gellert.
Mirko Ilic has collected and Steven Heller has written about William Shakespeare's promotional posters since the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
Steven Heller talks with Cosimo Bizzarri about the legendary COLORS magazine, co-founded by Tibor Kalman.
In the 1930s—an era before marketing committees—European book jacket designers were free to play and experiment.
Stumbling across this advertisement for Onyx Hosiery was a kick. Seeing how randy the sock selection was in 1909 would be entirely stylish today.
The following sampling from a series of 63 portraits of Push Pin Studios' "Luminaries" is a project by Stephen Alcorn, son of Push Pin member John Alcorn.
The Presidential candidate may be convenient for cheap laughs, but Harvey Kurtzman’s Trump, a witty graphic humor magazine, deserves our serious respect.