Thanks to my monthly subscription to Stack, the independent magazine delivery service, I recently was introduced to the journal "Weapons of Reason."
Kenzo Mayama Kramarz's "The First One Hundred Tweets" is one of the flurry of Trump-related responses interpreting and commenting on the character's characters.
In memory of 1960s underground comix artists Skip Williamson and Jay Lynch, Michael Dooley explores some of their most distinctive work.
Steven Heller talks with Len Stein about his Resistance protest badges.
Of all the propaganda memorabilia inside Communist China, the most curious were the thousands of different colorful porcelain figurines.
Paul Krassner, one of the most acidic commentators and satirists of the 1960s, published "The Realist" as an alternative to mainstream news.
Download 7 free printable stencils for signage, handmade posters, (preferably legal) street art and more from the Protest Stencil Toolkit.
These innocent-looking letterheads, void of political references, were examples of Gleichschaltung in Nazi Germany.
In the Reich the Odal rune was the symbol for the Blood and Soil movement, the Nazi idea of making a world where German people were destined to live on German land.
The School of Visual Arts hopes to show its commitment to the art and design field's multicultural essence with these buttons designed by Ross MacDonald.