Brían Cronín's charmingly illustrated "The Lost House" continues a long tradition of interactive "seek and find" books.
Steven Heller talks with the authors of "Looking Good: A Visual Guide to the Nun’s Habit."
Klaas Verplancke introduces kids to the work of René Magritte with his new book "Magritte's Apple" (MoMA).
"The Beatles A Hard Days Night: A Private Archive" by Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn (Phaidon) is drawn from the extensive archive of Martha Karsh.
Among other things I'll be doing today at The Designers & Books Design Book Festival is chatting about "W.A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design."
"Revolution Times: Graphic Design and Counterculture Newspapers" is a new exhibition at SFSU Design Gallery.
In 1962, a few years before San Francisco went psychedelic, Francis Mair at Walter Landor Associates appeared to turn graphic design in that direction.
Keith Godard's new book "Book Mates" pushes the boundaries of what can be done in the medium.
"Ghostletters Vienna" stands as a visual monument to these palimpsests of an urban microcosm that once was.
Times have changed but some attitudes remain the same. Steven Heller looks at a piece of design history recapping Gunnar Myrdal.