Not every soldier fought with a gun and bayonet. Commercial art was one of many jobs available to draftees and enlistees during WWII.
Martin Salisbury's "The Illustrated Dust Jacket 1920–1970" (Thames & Hudson) is an incredible collection of book jackets.
Tiger Beat‘s Monkee Spectacular made an impression on me as a wannabe publication designer—it was the model I used for layouts in underground music mags.
In 1988, I conducted a three-hour interview with Quentin Fiore, designer/author with Marshall McLuhan of "The Medium is the Massage."
Sin City enthusiasts can indulge in the next best thing to owning the original art with Sin City: The Hard Goodbye Curator’s Collection.
Tuli Kupferberg's underground "YEAH" magazine was “a satyric excursion; a sardonic review; a sarcastic epitome; a chronicle of the last days.”
"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."