Johan Liedgren discusses the importance of confidence in design—overcoming insecurities, pandering and committee decisions.
De Reclame was Holland's leading advertising-design journal in the 1920s and early '30s.
Lou Myers was a hilarious cartoonist with an expressively lunatic line.
A great deal of brilliant and fascinating automotive design graphics were produced from 1900-1973, as seen in a new volume from Taschen Books.
What's the common thread in these "Fortune" magazine ads from 1945?
Michael Dooley talks with the authors of 20 Over 80: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design.
Michael Dooley reveals a collection of previously-unseen work by Saul Bass.
“Bread and Circus” referred to they way the Roman emperor would hand out cheap food and entertainment as a way to gain popularity with the common people. And yet today, it’s this same model that should replace the lingering plague of 30-second TV spots.
Safety razor patents were filed as early as 1880. They offered a close shave and a packaging boon for printers worldwide to create razor blade wrappers.
Steven Brower explores the work of Don Record, a lost designer whose work defined Hollywood's early film titles.