Steven Heller researches ebola awareness posters around the globe.
Sign painter Mike Meyer is bringing his hand-lettering workshop to New York. The event will give participants a chance to learn from one of the masters, with brushes, paint and lettering.
New York is a Mecca for Art Deco extravagance. Here, Steven Heller takes a look at the roots of the city’s love affair with the movement.
Ben Shahn’s The Shape Of Content is hands-down the best book about making consequential art and design and the pitfalls thereof. Here’s why.
Steven Heller examines the classic bullseye—one of the most perfectly designed of all graphic forms—and the evolution of shooting targets.
Steven Heller talks with Henry Brimmer about his 2014 ArtPrize entry—a commentary on our post-9/11 lives and the freedoms that now hang in the balance.
Steven Heller looks back at the way police were portrayed circa 1932 via the Parker Brothers board game “Calling All Cars.”
A Postcard From Lily Dale—a film focused on the painter and educator Marshall Arisman, who was influenced by his Spiritualist grandmother—will soon open.
These advertising posters for cigarettes, liquor and more by Xie Xing Long showcase the so-called “Calendar Girls” that were so prevalent in the ’20s and ’30s.
Steven Heller looks at Thomas W. Jackson’s “See America First”—a series of “joke” books that highlighted the country’s racialist, ethnicist and regionalist distinctions.