What design news should be on your radar? Richard McGuire's work will be exhibited at The New York Public Library and Bronwyn Elvis Chochinov makes a comic. Read on for more.
What do frogs and toads, so commonly featured in imagery over time, symbolize across different cultures and contexts?
James Victore takes us on a "typographical tour" of Brooklyn and Queens, critiquing everyday type and signage with his signature wit.
Following up on her post about the Gaza War through the eyes of Israeli designers, Ellen Shapiro examines it from the perspective of Palestinian designers.
Hear from Pentagram's Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth about their reissue the 1967 loose-leaf NYC Subway System Standards Manual created by Massimo Vignelli and Bob Noorda.
Here, we follow the trail of Apple ads that laid the foundation for the company prior to the bold dancing silhouettes that dominated in the early 2000s.
These two recently released comics-based biographies of cartoonists are the firsts of their kind, and combined, they cover around 100 comics pioneers.
Straight from its boffo Farmingdale premiere, the most elegant design exhibit, Elegantissima: The Design and Typography of Louise Fili opens at the Art Director’s Club next week.
Brilliant book cover designer Peter Mendelsund offers a look into his process and philosophy, and showcases 14 of his works.
This blurb sponsored content post highlights designer Nick Welles, aka Welzie, and his magazine-format guide on how to build a surfboard.