Heller shares a design history tool, Arts:Search—a major new journals-based resource for researching the history of 19th- and 20th-century art and design.
Steven Heller talks with collage illustrator Lou Beach, one of the masters of the comic side of this surreal artform.
Psychedelics are usually seen in color. But there was a black-and-white side to the experience represented here in the work of Lee Conklin.
In Nazi Germany (as in other dictatorships) street signs were as much a tool of propaganda as honor.
Steven Heller takes a look at Milton Glaser and Seymour Chwast's classic Photolettering type-to-go poster.
Aaron Perry-Zucker launched a design-for-good campaign last Thursday focused on building a new collection of space mission patch designs.
Robbie Conal unveils his latest poster campaign and Indiegogo initiative.
One of the least-celebrated but most original design genres during the mid- to late-'60s was TV graphics.
The U.S. is a diverse country—but if you grew up before 1960, you'd be hard-pressed to find that diversity in children's books such as "Our America."
Milton Glaser did not do many movie posters, but the ones he did are as distinctively his as they are unusual for the film genre.