"Triumphs and Laments" by William Kentridge is a large-scale 500-meter-long frieze along Rome's urban waterfront.
Steven Heller reflects on the history of stumbling stones dedicated to Holocaust victims from Italy.
Valnoir's new book "Fire Work With Me" is not for everyone, but everyone should take a look.
Diego Vainesman, chairman emeritus of the Type Directors Club, recently returned from Havana, where he was seeking typographic treasures.
More and more cities are using individual proprietary fonts. Such is the case for Tilburg, The Netherlands, which now has the TilburgsAns face.
At a time when type is a fetish, Boris Bućan is a Croatian artist and poster designer who uses visuals to speak as loudly as words.
The Czech Republic launched an extensive initiative to reintroduce Ladislav Sutnar and his work back into his country of origin.
Steven Heller talks with David Senior about THE ELECTRO-LIBRARY, a small show at MoMA about European Avant-Garde magazines from the 1920s.
A crazy quilt of material concerning aspects of the Chicago Tribune that have injected themselves into J.J. Sedelmaier's personal and professional life.
Michael Mathias Prechtl was one of the most original illustrators to publish regularly on The New York Times Op-Ed Page during the late 1960s and '70s.