The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
Although Futura was verboten in Nazi Germany, it appeared in many places, including the nameplate for the youth magazine "Die Kameradschaft."
The Wende Museum is opening a Cold War venue with the capacity to engage a much broader constituency and produce more cutting-edge collaborations.
In 1927 "The Survey Graphic" published an entire issue devoted to the new political movement of state-run capitalism.
The color of paramilitary/cult uniforms—especially shirts (and blouses)—has played a major role in hate-branding for over a century.
During the Korean War, these psyop leaflets were distributed to North Korean troops to encourage them to defect from their armies.
Survey Graphic was a magazine devoted to sociological methods of addressing societies from a critical but not dogmatic perspective.
Following the horrific events in Charlottesville, VA, designers and illustrators take a stand using political art as statements against hatred.
Steven Heller turns his eye to Siglio Press and the upcoming book by Vincent Sardon, "The Stampographer."
The anti-Fascist magazine "Ken" was founded in March 1938 by publisher David A. Smart and editor Arnold Gingrich, the original creators of "Esquire."