Italian graphic design comes in many shades of strange. These are the kind of eclectic artifacts that are getting harder and harder to find in the new digital purgatory.
Pantera Bionda was an Italian comics series launched in 1948, featuring Ms. Bionda ("Blonde Panther"), a jungle girl with a sisterly resemblance to Sheena of the Jungle.
Valnoir's new book "Fire Work With Me" is not for everyone, but everyone should take a look.
Steven Heller reveals the scoop on Keith Godard's mysterious 23rd Street and Broadway subway hats.
A Q&A with Craig Welsh who, for over a year, has been creating the Lustig Elements font, colorful prints based on the font, and a documentary film about the font.
"Twenty Over Eighty" by Bryn Smith and Aileen Kwun features interviews with legendary creatives over the age of 80 who have greatly shaped 20th-century design and beyond.
Arden Riordan has released a large gallery featuring the work of her father, book design guru Roy Kuhlman.
Diego Vainesman, chairman emeritus of the Type Directors Club, recently returned from Havana, where he was seeking typographic treasures.
More than ever terror is branded like any other business, institution, government or regime.
When I received the baseball-sized plastic egg with a pair of pink panties rolled into a ball, I wondered whether the world had gone mad.