America has battled homegrown fascists and Nazis since the early 20th century through interventions, publications and satire.
Gustav Jensen called himself a "Designer to Industry" and created some of the most stylish packaging and products of the late '20s and early '30s.
Steven Heller talks with Steven M. Johnson about his new book "Patent Depending"—a collection of satirical inventions.
Steven Heller talks with Art Spiegelman about the new edition of Si Lewen's wordless narrative "The Parade."
Brían Cronín's charmingly illustrated "The Lost House" continues a long tradition of interactive "seek and find" books.
John Baeder, the great American photorealist painter with a focus on roadside America, has turned his eye to vintage airplanes.
Steven Heller talks with the authors of "Looking Good: A Visual Guide to the Nun’s Habit."
Steven Heller savors a photo-typographic 1987 promotion for Productolith, Consolidated's enamel offset printing paper.
The wonderful print juxtapositions in "Dewar's Profiles New York" of Scotch and average successful drinking folk still hold Steven Heller's attention.
The man in this photo yelling "Hail Trump" is making a graphic statement. The salute recalls Fascism, the propagation of which is bolstered by design.