Starting with the basic elements of air, earth, fire and water, Alchemical symbols were used to indicate elements and compounds until the 18th century.
When looking at Lucian Bernhard's specimen sheets today, there is a certain timeless quality that should give young revivalists a few ideas.
The New York City branding agency ThoughtMatter just redesigned the U.S. Constitution to be more accessible and visually exciting to read.
Every fourth Sunday night in the 1950s, Walt Disney would make dreams even dreamier with his "Future Land" TV show.
On July 27 the Contra Galleries in New York City is presenting an exhibition of new works by the iconic Sasquatch character Frank Ape.
The British publication Illustrators magazine is a wellspring of the entire world of illustrative art.
Take a look at industrial designer Paul László's beautiful fallout shelter concepts.
Every month in the 1950s the Wonderful World of Disney treated the American public to the "Man in Space," featuring Wernher Von Braun.
When it came to engaging (and controlling) the children of Fascist Italy, the state media was intent on separating boys from girls, but only ideologically.
Pictoplasma's Lars Denicke proposes a challenge to young, emerging artists between 18 and 24.