Daily Heller

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Living with Picasso and Braque, Maybe

Lucio Passerini and his students at Cfp Bauer tell the story of a fictional typographer through a collection of prints exploring different techniques.

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Trip the Type Fantastic

Even in Italy, birthplace of Western type, it's hard to find a great type course … but not impossible. Steven Heller talks with James Clough about his work.

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The Fascist World’s Expo

The World's Fair that never happened began in 1936 when the Fascist Italian government was selected to host the Exhibition in Rome in 1941.

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Weekend Heller: Sutnar Funded

Steven Heller gives an update on the reprint of Sutnar's "Visual Design in Action," and shares the scoop on two upcoming events.

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The Original Burning Man

Steven Heller tracks down a mysterious Burning Man competitor from 1915 in The Illustrated Travel Journal from Milan.

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Racism Italiana

Steven Heller looks at the visual racial stereotyping in two Italian books.

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Talking Heads

We may be on the verge of losing our letterheads, but even in the digital space they still have relevance. Here are a few Steven Heller found in Rome.

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A Different Side of Garretto

Steven Heller discovers an odd, uncharacteristic piece by Paolo Garretto, an artist known for his streamlined art-deco work.

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The Art of Per Inquiry Ads

Well, "art" may not be an accurate word, but there has always been a craft to "per inquiry," or coupon, adverts.