Thanks to research extraordinaire Jeff Roth, here is a collection of vintage road maps from all over the world.
The Minneapolis skyway has transformed into a powerful installation, "Speaking of Home," that celebrates immigrants and sparks much-needed dialog.
Artists who are known for their active participation in design activism, including Garland Kirkpatrick, come together for an exhibit in Seattle.
Waterhouse Cifuentes Design has a fresh take on the design system behind MTA Planned Work, a system that was previously ad hoc at best.
CVS Health partnered with Deborah Adler to create ScriptPath—a prescription management system designed to make pills easier to manage and understand.
From 1961–1973, five exhibitions were organized under the title "New Tendencies," bringing to light new approaches to art that included the computer.
Steven Heller talks with Danne Woo about Datavisual and his yearlong data visualization project.
This delightful, if eerie, promotional piece for Italian Bayer products from the 1940s is a rather graphic depiction.
"Body Modern" by Michael Sappol digs deep below the skin to discuss the evolution of the rhetoric of inner-workings.
“The heart is a very, very resilient little muscle. It really is,” said Woody Allen’s character in Hannah and Her Sisters. Heart: Anatomy, Function and Diseases (Dell, 1962) was part of a unique series of “Visual” books illustrated by leading designers. This one, illustrated by George Giusti, is comprised of his abstract and representational...