Iranian posters in Farsi are among the most beautiful posters I've ever seen. Now that accolade applies to Iran's book covers and jackets, too.
Monotype is relaunching its Recorder magazine, set to document "the wider implications of typography and how it contributes to a broader cultural context."
Steven Heller shares a Congress of Racial Equality protest button he has kept since the 1960s.
The creators of War Ink found a form through which they could honor the sacrifices of veterans, and create a bridge between veterans and civilians: tattoos.
In 1965, Charles Eames produced a documentary about Westinghouse. Have you seen it?
Steven Heller offers a look back at a French infographic from the 1930s.
A team of young art historians, curators and designers have created the Moscow Design Museum and its mobile exhibition hall to give Russian design its due.
Steven Heller examines the comic woodcuts of Josef Váchal, a Czech writer, painter, printmaker and book printer.
Like so many other insignificant consumer items, bobby pins were sold to the public with a modicum of contemporary style and illustrative panache.
Steven Heller shares the strange beauty of a functional, commonplace ledger—this one created by Edward Smith and used in the late 1800s.