Steven Heller takes a look at "Delayed Gratification" and "Little Atoms," two independent British magazines.
Steven Heller and co. from the Typography Workshop In Rome are accepting applications for the School of Visual Arts' summer event.
What's in that sack? The question is simple and the graphic response is a classic use of late '20s-era photomontage.
From the 1930s-40s, bright linen postcards with views of a faux painterly American landscape were the most popular kind of "wish you were here" sentiments.
In the Deco '30s, the Japanese type developed from classic characters was consistent with the Art Moderne trends in the Western nations.
Steven Heller talks with Martha Scotford about the exhibit and website for "Ernst Reichl: Wide Awake Typographer."
Steven Heller opens a catalog for an exhibition of Russian Futurist art and realizes just how young the now-legendary pioneers of Avant Garde were.
Illustrator and author Laurie Rosenwald recalls the time she met David Bowie, world's worst art director.
"Graphic Designers Surveyed" is a fascinating book for stat nerds and designers who are interested in their peers.
Walt Disney's Albert Hurter was the man behind the characters and the godfather of some underground comics artists, including R. Crumb.