Steven Heller shares three SVA design events on his wishlist.
A recent Wonder Woman cover by Neal Adams has drawn criticism for its steamy and perhaps less-than-empowering depiction of the protagonist. Michael Dooley and Arlen Schumer weigh in.
The Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships allow college students from minority and economically disadvantaged backgrounds a chance to realize their dreams.
SVA's Impact! Design for Social Change program explores the many roles creative professionals can play when executing socially minded work.
Otto Steininger takes on the colorful topic of Trump.
Visual messages are interpreted faster than textual ones at a mind-blowing rate of 60,000 times faster. Hence, infographics have quickly become a popular method for presenting detailed data. While infographics are beautiful and efficient, they hold a strong responsibility of providing accurate data. To assist designers in digging up reliable data, we listed some of...
A man calling himself Nick Claus was apprehended by police after witnesses called 911 shortly after midnight. Mugshot by Brad Holland.
"Faces of Courage" is a powerful view of ordinary people in extraordinarily difficult circumstances, photographed by veteran photojournalist Mark Tuschman.
When the Duffy Design Group published the Fresh Force Guide Book in 1986, the design community was introduced to the Midwestern Postmodern style.
Here are three pamphlets from the 1940s, when war wreaked havoc on American mores, and teenagers were just coming into their own as a bonafide demographic.