In the 1960s, John Massey coordinated a suite of posters celebrating Chicago. The designs, once lost to time, are back.
Michael Dooley looks at the albums, posters and other promotional materials featured in the visual music culture exhibition Revolutions 2: The Art of Music.
Bill Pantos designed a campaign to urge Greek citizens to stay in the Eurozone, asking "nai" over "oxi."
Armando Milani has curated nearly 200 posters by more than 100 designers from around the world for his new book, "No Words Posters."
The WPA Poster project paid thousands of designers to create posters from 1935-1942. Here is a selection of 92 works, and the story behind the initiative.
Steven Heller showcases a set of poster stamps—small, yes, but of major significance to the histories of commerce, advertising and poster art.
Explore award-winning poster designs from last year's Regional Design Annual and enter this year's design competition by May 29!
With Print’s Regional Design Annual turning 35 this year, we decided to break out the very first RDA and find out.
Beginning in the early 20th century, major studios like Gaumont, Pathé Frères, and Paramount commissioned posters to advertise their films. They occasionally hired established advertising poster artists like Achille Mauzan and Leonetto Capiello to do a poster for a silent film, but compared to the posters that advertised products or promoted concerts and dances...
As we gear up for Print’s 2015 RDA, we’re bringing you the Best of Region winners from 2014. Here's a striking design from the Southern Poverty Law Center.