Tibor Gönczi Gebhardt was a Hungarian grafikusmüvész and poster artist whose art deco style was his meat until after 1945, when with the rise of Communism he turned to socialist realism.
The evil stepmother of invention has produced a cigarette package container that eliminates all trace of the unseemly symptoms of smoking-related disease.
Heller talks with Christopher Fritton about his remarkable journey visiting 137 letterpress shops in 819 days throughout the U.S. and Canada, covering 45 states and four provinces.
Some graphic images and symbols, just like that famous battery bunny, just keep on going and going. Here are a couple of examples.
The ongoing Tolerance Posters/Billboards exhibition curated by Mirko Ilic is traveling throughout Europe, South Africa and other locales. This past week it appeared all across Ljubljana, Slovenia. Unlike previous shows, the posters/billboards have been placed in different locations around the city.
Heller talks with Ellen Weinstein about her new book, Recipes for Good Luck (Chronicle Books), which lists the unique practices—from quirky superstitions to performance rituals as well as creative processes—and curious habits of a slew of influential people.
Poczta, illustrated by Franciszka Themerso, addresses technical knowledge, but in itself is also an example of '30s avant garde art and design. The book was published thanks to funding from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Over the course of the last year, Michael Gillette drew more than 50 dog portraits. Today, March 24 through April 23, they are exhibited in "Year of the Dog" for the first time at Luna Rienne 3318 22nd St. San Francisco.
In response to last week's post on the Auschwitz symbol of resistance—the upside-down 'B'—questions were raised whether it was deliberate or stylistic. Here, Heller discusses the evidence.
Heller savors everything about the Klimowski Poster Book by Andrzej Klimowski. Klimowski was a product of the Polish poster art tradition yet established his own methods and collagist madness.