In the 1930s—an era before marketing committees—European book jacket designers were free to play and experiment.
The Presidential candidate may be convenient for cheap laughs, but Harvey Kurtzman’s Trump, a witty graphic humor magazine, deserves our serious respect.
Steven Heller takes a look at the influences behind the cover of Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman."
The folks at Productive Arts have a knack for finding the most interesting Soviet-era journals. Here are two made for children.
Before Life magazine became Henry Luce's photojournalism gem, it was a "cultured" humor magazine that featured the following covers...
Steven Brower discusses Barney Rosset's life and work—and a new Kickstarter campaign to publish Train to Pokipse by Rami Shamir.
Read Michael Dooley's exploration of the history of the beautiful, unorthodox Flair Magazine.
Neenah Paper and Design Army teamed up to find emerging artists from the future classic design cities. See their work.
Paul Bacon, master of the "Big Book Look" in cover design, died Monday. Find out who Bacon was, and the massive impact he had on the field of book covers.
A recent visit to Chicago reminded me of how enamored I am of its rapid transit. It’s so much a part of what makes Chicago unique and exciting to me. Chicago is one of those cities with a “sound” to it—San Francisco being another—and the elevated “L” system is the reason why. Much of...