Illustrator Matt Taylor discusses his comic art and limited edition poster designs for franchises ranging from Back to the Future to Star Wars and Jurassic Park.
The Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements through exhibitions, a social center, workshops and more.
Pablo Medina discusses his new Brooklyn-inspired typeface, Dekalb.
A few years ago Bascove turned from painting to collage—with an original approach to creating a sense of kinetic power.
In order for design education to remain practical in the face of the rapidly shifting technological space, industry and academia would need to blend.
Steven Heller talks political posters with Mark Andresen, best known for his typeface "Not Caslon."
Don't miss the chance to have your work selected as the best in the U.S. by Draplin, Hische, Lefebure, Lupton, Opara and Scher!
Print talks with Michelle Romo about the process of adapting Charley Harper's captivating illustrations to a new line of products from The Land of Nod.
Lettering artist Jessica Hische discusses what defines her work these days, why she's not interested in scaling her business, and why passion remains key.
Steven Heller talks with Sean Tejaratchi about his new surreal satiric book, "Liartown."