Steven Heller researches ebola awareness posters around the globe.
Check out an array of brilliantly designed gig posters from the “Flooded” exhibition at the 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati.
Following up on her post about the Gaza War through the eyes of Israeli designers, Ellen Shapiro examines it from the perspective of Palestinian designers.
AIGA celebrates its centennial year with an exquisite exhibition at Museum of Design Atlanta culled from the organization’s archives. Find out more about this historic assemblage.
These posters are from the period of Dutch advertising design between the wars, when Holland exhibited as vibrant an advertising culture as the rest of Europe — and obviously using many of the same graphic idioms as the rest of Europe.
Before the myth of global warming became to real to ignore, selling anti-freeze to the public was no less challenging. Here are several ads from the 1930s for this seasonal product.
Lyle Stuart was a radical publisher, a thorn in the side of the ruling elite. He was also a savvy businessman.
Steven Heller interviews Ryan Mungia about his first venture into print publishing, “Protect Yourself: Veneral Disease Posters of World War II,” which sheds light in the shadows of wartime behavior.
This collection of the World Cup posters gives a bit of history lesson about the tournament and embodies the graphic design trends of the past 84 years.
“War and Propaganda 14/18”, a new exhibition, provides insight into the broad spectrum of mass manipulation in everything from posters to children’s toys carried out during the period in question.