"Double Dagger" is a letterpress homage to the venerable art of printing.
"Behaving Madly" resurrects the many "MAD" magazine imitators that cropped up in the humor and satire boom of the 1950s.
AIGA's popular Eye on Design blog is launching a quarterly magazine.
Take a look at Stefan G. Bucher's new alphabet book, "LetterHeads."
Gary Panter told me he's always wanted to produce a hippie newspaper. Now, 50 years after the Summer of Love, he made it happen.
These covers designed by Spanish illustrator Manolo Prieto between 1940 and 1957 were done for the low-cost weekly publication "Novelas y Cuentos."
Steven Heller looks back at the visionary work of publishing guru Ian Ballantine, founder of Ballantine Books with Betty Ballantine.
The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
Patrick Roessler, a German design scholar, wrote "Viewing Our Life and Times: American and German Magazine Design in the 20th Century."
Jeffrey Schnapp's new book pays homage to the Machine Age seen through the lens of Piaggio, the producer of the iconic Vespa.