It's time to see what Shepard Fairey has been conjuring up for the past five years. "On Our Hands," an exhibition of new paintings by Fairey, opens Sept. 17.
There’s a movement afoot for a new candidate and a contest that the logo factory 99designs is running right now to create a logo for Deez Nuts, the presidential candidate/15-year-old Iowa farm boy giving nutsy old Donald Trump a run for his money. “Little is known about Deez Nuts,” says Aimee Grove for 99designs,...
Michael Dooley explores German book cover design featured in the new book, "The Book Cover in the Weimar Republic."
If you've never encountered Art Young's cartoons from the early 1900s, you're missing out on one of America's most strident and witty political cartoonists.
This rare booklet excerpts portions of a 1942 speech by FDR's vice president, Henry A. Wallace—with illustrations by Hugo Gellert.
One of the few Esquire covers created by George Lois to ever be killed was this one inspired by a James Baldwin article in the November 1970 issue.
Steven Heller talks with Cosimo Bizzarri about the legendary COLORS magazine, co-founded by Tibor Kalman.
In the 1930s—an era before marketing committees—European book jacket designers were free to play and experiment.
Bill Pantos designed a campaign to urge Greek citizens to stay in the Eurozone, asking "nai" over "oxi."
While thinking about liberty and freedom, I read a story in Hyperallergic about the digitized Joseph A. Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan.