If George Lois were doing Esquire covers today, what would he do about the election outcome? Here's his response.
These Ten Commandments of Citizenship from the anti-Communist 1947 comic book "Is This Tomorrow" apply more than ever before.
Ward Sutton, whose comic strip "Sutton Impact" has been lampooning the stupidly powerful for years, turned himself into "Stan Kelly."
The Knights Party is the political wing of the Klu Klux Klan, and its newspaper, The Crusader, has embraced "Make America Great Again."
Aaron Burns reveals a new "era for typography wherein the present is almost obsolete."
Keith Godard's new book "Book Mates" pushes the boundaries of what can be done in the medium.
Even in the hell known as the European trenches of World War I, there were comic and satiric newspapers being published on all sides called Trench Newspapers.
This week marks the opening of Viktor Koen's "Bestiary, Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies" at United Photo Industries Gallery.
"Ghostletters Vienna" stands as a visual monument to these palimpsests of an urban microcosm that once was.
On Nov. 12 I will be the host for a wonderful array of talks on the state of design books: DESIGNERS & BOOKS FESTIVAL: ONSTAGE & OFFSTAGE.