Steven Heller talks with Frank Baseman about his stirring letterpress series of rebuses.
Patrick Roessler, a German design scholar, wrote "Viewing Our Life and Times: American and German Magazine Design in the 20th Century."
Three vintage delights from design hoarder Steven Heller: Otto Soglow's Tydol man; a Tom Mix Little Big Book; and a Nabisco trademark boy as letter opener.
From 1961–1973, five exhibitions were organized under the title "New Tendencies," bringing to light new approaches to art that included the computer.
Jeffrey Schnapp's new book pays homage to the Machine Age seen through the lens of Piaggio, the producer of the iconic Vespa.
Would you image that the designer who designed this and this—Lucian Bernhard—could also design this?
Meet Adolf Hoffmeister (1902–1973), a cartoonist, painter, graphic designer, poet, novelist and former editor of the Czech daily newspaper "Lidové noviny."
Discover the prolific Camillus, aka C. Kessler, whose cartoons appeared in the New York Press from January to June, 1914.
In 1927 "The Survey Graphic" published an entire issue devoted to the new political movement of state-run capitalism.
Paul McNeil is the author of a must-have new book, "The Visual History of Type."