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A Coup Worthy of Mad Men

Milton Glaser was enticed to return to a style that helped put him on the map in the ’60s for the campaign promoting the new season of “Mad Men.” Take a deeper look at Glaser’s iconic work.

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John Sloan’s Art Nouveau

John Sloan was a member of the storied “Philadelphia Five,” and brought Art Noveau to the America public’s attention. Learn more about his career and view several examples of his work.

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Pictures of War and Peace

With these images of war and peace, Steven Heller shows how the battlefields may change but the visual language has remained constant.

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European Under, Middle and Overgrounds

The quantity of European alternative pubs and tabs published during the Seventies was extraordinary. In 2000, the exhibition Die Kunst der Zeitschrift (The Art of Newspapers) hung at the Kasseler Kunstverein. View several examples of journals from this time.

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Mouse (is) In The House

The Mouse Museum and The Ray Gun Wing by Claes Oldenburg was an exhibition organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago in 1977. Some are “altered objects,” altered by the artist, others are “studio objects,” created by the artist. Take a look inside the exhibition.

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The Print Celebrates Design Winners

The first Print Celebrate Design competition was chock full of stunning design work that was created to, well, celebrate a particular occasion. From company holiday cards to friend’s weddings to birthdays to special events, there were so many strong pieces in each category. View all of the winners, including the one that stole the show.