"Wall of Liberty" is an installation proposal by Cat Chap in collaboration with Irit Abir for building the United States/Mexico border wall.
How to use symbols in the service of viable information has been an ongoing topic for visual communicators, as "The Challenge of Symbology" (1959) attests.
In 1945, "Time" magazine celebrated Hitler's demise with this portrait by Boris Artsybasheff.
Peter Bilak has devoted an entire issue of "Works That Work" to Bhutan in conjunction with a documentary film he's been producing.
In typography there has long been a practice of playing with scale, especially with bold letters. Steven Heller looks to "Kunstismus" and "de Reclame."
Take a look at the latest Steven Heller books from 2016.
America has battled homegrown fascists and Nazis since the early 20th century through interventions, publications and satire.
Gustav Jensen called himself a "Designer to Industry" and created some of the most stylish packaging and products of the late '20s and early '30s.
Steven Heller talks with Steven M. Johnson about his new book "Patent Depending"—a collection of satirical inventions.
Steven Heller talks with Art Spiegelman about the new edition of Si Lewen's wordless narrative "The Parade."