ARENA 1 Gallery is presenting "A Presidential Rogues Gallery," an exhibition curated by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics.
Milton Glaser and Lee Savage's "Mickey Mouse in Vietnam" was but one of many pieces of art that not only protested but showed the price of the war.
JT Steiny’s caricatures—especially with their liberal use of nudity, sex, and scatology—are meant to upset, provoke and even outrage.
In Nazi Germany (as in other dictatorships) street signs were as much a tool of propaganda as honor.
Robbie Conal unveils his latest poster campaign and Indiegogo initiative.
Jennifer Kinon recently asked 45 designers/studios to create button designs for "The 45 Pin Project: Hillary for America."
The parallels with the RNC aren't the same, but there was a hint of the Bund rally at Madison Square Garden in 1939, from graphics to rhetoric.
In a new exhibition, four contemporary designers re-envision Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms paintings with an extra freedom: the Freedom to Vote.
Sean Wolcott of Hampton Creek discusses the full-page Donald Trump ad he designed that ended up in "The New York Times."
Irmela Mensah-Schramm documents and destroys racist stickers in Germany, leading to an exhibit and documentary, "The Hate Destroyer."