We may be on the verge of losing our letterheads, but even in the digital space they still have relevance. Here are a few Steven Heller found in Rome.
Steven Heller discovers an odd, uncharacteristic piece by Paolo Garretto, an artist known for his streamlined art-deco work.
Well, "art" may not be an accurate word, but there has always been a craft to "per inquiry," or coupon, adverts.
The Daily Heller is always pleased to announce a new graphic novelization of great musicals by Bronwyn Chochinov. This time, it's Les Misérables.
It was the future. Covering 1,216 acres in Flushing Meadows, New York, the 1939 New York World's Fair was erected on what was an ash-dump.
Steven Heller looks at a new Kickstarter seeking to publish Hermann Zapf's brilliant sketchbooks.
Bradbury Thompson (1911–1995) was the maestro when it came to the magazine as symphony. Steven Heller opens up two issues of his Westvaco Inspirations.
Steven Heller talks with Elizabeth Guffey, author of Posters: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2015).
The SVA Department of Design Research, Writing & Criticism recently opened "Exploding Footnotes: Design Research in Action."
Theodore Roosevelt once famously said, “The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future.” This concept certainly applies to graphic design, a field in which innovators have shaped the appearance of our world. Design history traces the lines of our culture, from the media we consume to the...