Steven Heller—and Brad Holland's Santa Claus mugshot—wish you happy holidays.
In Europe, hardline racist ideologies are making inroads. This resurgence is accompanied by symbols that are eerily like the Nazi iconography of hate.
Today, designers revere type and the maestros who make it, but it used to be sold to printers like so many nails or screws. Steven Heller takes a look back.
Steven Heller talks with Purgatory Pie Press about its curious new typographic letterpress datebook.
Dwiggins, who off-handedly coined the term "graphic design," despised the design of U.S. currency and campaigned for a complete overhaul.
Steven Heller talks with Pablo Medina about the design and culture of the new magazine Sneaker News.
Steven Heller chats with Maribeth Kradel-Weitzel about her new ebola poster initiative.
When Leo Lionni was art director of Fortune magazine, he created How to Read Fortune In Bed, a content-driven typographic promotion.
Steven Heller takes a look at Ladislav Sutnar's Sweets Catalog design system, and Misha Beletsky's work on the brand.
The lads at Unit Editions have done it again: The second volume of corporate identity standards manuals is ready to be scarfed up by the design world.