Gardner Displays of Pittsburgh published this snazzy catalog in postwar America to show what they were able to do—hypnotize through design.
it was the package more than the Psyllium husk that attracted Steven Heller to Sat-Isabgol, an Indian stomach remedy
There's so much graphic design history on these seven envelopes, they're giving Steven Heller goosebumps.
J.J. Sedelmaier looks at "50 Years Of Schwinn Built Bicycles," an illustrated tome published in 1945.
Ellen Shapiro explores the "information architecture" of Ann Toebbe, who creates intriguing collages of floor plans made from cut paper and gouache .
I once found a set of Speedball pen nibs as a kid. I was familiar with conventional pen and ink usage, but had never seen nibs like this before. It wasn’t until taking a calligraphy course in college (with Professor Don Anderson, author of “The Art Of Written Forms”) that I ran across them...
Waterhouse Cifuentes Design has released signed and unsigned posters of the New York City Subway Diagram, which they made with Massimo Vignelli for the MTA.
The creators of War Ink found a form through which they could honor the sacrifices of veterans, and create a bridge between veterans and civilians: tattoos.
Steven Heller offers a look back at a French infographic from the 1930s.
Almost 90 years after they were produced, these pre-World War II infographics on the 1 percent in France are still relevant today.