Steven Heller gets ready for the upcoming Designers + Books fair, and reveals an all-new element of this year's event.
Every year a new crop of icons emerge, underscoring inhuman behavior that seems to never diminish and only grows in intensity.
John Earles and Jennifer Blanco founded Workhorse Printmakers in Houston out of a desire to be able to create their own printed items without compromise.
In 1960 The National Association for Mental Health produced the first edition of "How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People," a manual for police.
Steven Heller looks at two stunning new letterpress and printing projects.
War Bond efforts during WWII were akin to Kickstarter campaigns. You invest in something, eventually get a return, and often get rewards
Steven Heller cracks open Adobe's 25-year-old digital wood type specimen book.
It took an influential magazine for interior designers called "Interiors" to produce some of the most well conceived covers of the early to mid-1950s.
The Fueled Collective in SoHo New York City has turned one of its meeting rooms into "a twisted, dystopian version of an Apple Store."
It's time to see what Shepard Fairey has been conjuring up for the past five years. "On Our Hands," an exhibition of new paintings by Fairey, opens Sept. 17.