What better way to divert oneself from the current election than to take a look at election posters from the past?
Steven Heller looks back to The New York Times' grunge typography ad campaign by Bozell.
Pablo Picasso is best-known as a painter, but here, Steven Brower explores his design work, including his poster designs.
Heller speaks with Drew Hodges, founder of SpotCo, which specializes in Broadway posters and theatrical advertising and design.
Milton Glaser's famous 1966 poster of Bob Dylan has been parodied again and again. Check out some of its most famous faces.
Henri Matisse is best-known as a painter, but here, Steven Brower explores his design work, including posters and book cover designs.
This will be a massive show incredibly designed environments by Kevin O’Callahgan, showing the four plus decades of book, package, type and typographic design by the doyen of graphic elegance, Louise Fili (new website here).
A new book celebrates the work of Dafi Kühne, a graphic designer/letterpress printmaker based in Switzerland.
We call it war propaganda, but these overt messages are more than propagating a faith. They are manipulating behavior for generations to follow.
Meet Designer of the Week Anthony Furia, whose eclectic portfolio showcases the variety in his passion projects—which include a series of anti-war posters.