The 1988 spiral bound French Paper Speckletone sample book, featuring the work that put Duffy and company on the map, expresses the trajectory of Duffy and Charles Spencer Anderson's distinct careers. Take a look inside it.
These Vietnam postage stamps are from the late '80s after the reunification of the North and South.
Louise Fili's most recent SVA/NYC subway poster is a bloomin' herald of spring in the frigid Big Apple.
There has clearly been a great deal of conversation surrounding Crimea. Learn more about this city's role in Intourist, the former Soviet tourism arm.
Milton Glaser was enticed to return to a style that helped put him on the map in the '60s for the campaign promoting the new season of "Mad Men." Take a deeper look at Glaser's iconic work.
My colleague Gail Anderson has what she's calling "My little dog and pony show" at Farmingdale State University. It's up now through the end of March. Learn more about this event and a type conference.
I recently found a catalog of Ukrainian political posters spanning the period after the Russian revolution until the early 1980s - some are surprisingly well known. In light of the apparent push from Russian President Putin to aid the Yanukovych government, seeing this now quaint the Ukrainian SSR-Soviet era posters seems like a deceivingly...
The Wolfsonian Museum has launched its website Power of Design 2014: Complaints. As a lead-up to the event, the Wolfsonian is posting a poster-a-day on the Complaint Blog, which is also "populated" with other posts on the Museum's incredible holdings. I will post the complaint posters once week as they come off the press....
As Carol A. Wells sees it, “The best posters are powerful and influential. The worst are quickly forgotten.” Wells is an art historian and curator who also oversees the largest collection of socially engaged post-WWII graphics in the U.S. And she’s one of seven design experts who curated Serigrafía, a survey of posters that...
Take a look at the work of two renowned poster artists with the last name of Colin: Paul Colin (1892 -1985) and Jean Colin (1912-1982).