Are your best photos simply collecting dust? See how one designer chose to develop a revenue stream for all those with a creative lens to tap into.
New microstock photography app empowers users to monetize smartphone images.
In 1930, Dr. Mary Steichen Martin Calderone collaborated on a wordless book, The First Picture Book: Everyday Things for Babies. This is the first picture book for babies, using photography.
"The real look fake, the fake look real" says still life painter John Baeder. This artist is fascinated with faux vegetables, flowers and fruit.
“Man and Sunlight” is English title of Hans Surén’s book “Der Mensch und die Sonne”, published in 1924; one of many celebrating the German obsession with physical purity and hygiene, nude gymnastics and sun bathing. Surén advocated that men (and women as their mates) dedicate their lives to physical development. Nude gymnastics, he asserted,...
Famed ad man George Lois and Luke Lois have been creating these political ad caricatures for The Nation as a part of the Timeless WHopper campaign to illustrate some of the biggest fibs made by public figures.
A promotional booklet for 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair ignites curiosity for an entire collection of visually stunning memorabilia.
Did you miss “Pencil to Pixel,” a one-week popup exhibit of artifacts representing more than 100 years of typeface design? Check out these fabulous photos.
In 1973 photographer David Levinthal and cartoonist Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury) began collaborating on a project while studying together at Yale School of Art and Architecture. Levinthal took grainy sepia photos of World War II era Nazi toy soldiers and equipment in battle. The result was Hitler Moves East. For Levinthal, the work launched his...
The Unwritten History of Graphic Designers and Photography The relationship between photography and graphic design receives much less attention than we might expect. After all, photography is fundamental to graphic design, as it has been since the latter was formulated as a professional practice. The 1920s modernist concept of the “typophoto,” which underpins graphic...