Donald Trump is ubiquitous, not just in politics, but in graphic art and design. Here is an example by FABRIKA.
Elizabeth Resnick has spent a career championing social issues through exhibits of posters. Her most recent is a collection of women's rights posters.
Print explores the public notice—a design artifact that has changed little over the past few centuries.
The great Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach is offering a host of election year special events and parties.
Meet Raphael Geroni, one of 15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30 we selected as our New Visual Artists.
ARENA 1 Gallery is presenting "A Presidential Rogues Gallery," an exhibition curated by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics.
Meet Liron Ashkenazi, one of the 15 up-and-coming artists and designers selected as PRINT's New Visual Artists under 30.
Heller shares a design history tool, Arts:Search—a major new journals-based resource for researching the history of 19th- and 20th-century art and design.
Psychedelics are usually seen in color. But there was a black-and-white side to the experience represented here in the work of Lee Conklin.
Robbie Conal unveils his latest poster campaign and Indiegogo initiative.