These innocent-looking letterheads, void of political references, were examples of Gleichschaltung in Nazi Germany.
Lou Myers was a hilarious cartoonist with an expressively lunatic line.
Steven Heller opens up a vintage Lane Bryant catalog.
Lucian Bernhard designed Fonotyp to be a practical typographic writing system to spell English words phonetically.
The School of Visual Arts has two upcoming Design for Social Change workshops.
We still endure smoke but not these vintage cigarette packs.
Michael Russem and the staff of Kat Ran Press make small booklets that are packed with wonderfully curious design work.
Some of the best ad hoc ads Steven Heller has ever seen ever seen are collected in "Serious Things a Go Happen: Three Decades of Jamaican Dancehall Signs."
In the Reich the Odal rune was the symbol for the Blood and Soil movement, the Nazi idea of making a world where German people were destined to live on German land.
These Dutch ads published around 1949 are striking, with some being much more modern than others.