With Saudi women finally granted the right to drive, Steven Heller talks with former student Areej Khan about her prolific thesis to achieve just that.
Today marks the opening of "We the People"—a poster exhibit at The Cooper Union that brings the Bill of Rights to life.
"Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?" addresses how design communicates messages around the world at a time when healthcare is more critical than ever.
Mark Randall's B Line Honey Ice Cream, made with the labors of his own carefully tended bees, is all the buzz.
Steven Heller talks with Danne Woo about Datavisual and his yearlong data visualization project.
The New York City branding agency ThoughtMatter just redesigned the U.S. Constitution to be more accessible and visually exciting to read.
So many outstanding comics anthologies, so little quality eyeball time. But worry not: Print’s come to your rescue.
Jeremyville is a cartoonist and vinyl artist who makes characters and sells products that encourage happiness.
In the '40s and '60s the National Dairy Council created a checklist of virtues that the average teen boy should strive for. Naturally, drinking milk was one.
The Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements through exhibitions, a social center, workshops and more.