Rome's new tourist logo - "Rome & You" - a shield with colored bubbles replacing the traditional crown, has aroused the ire of the neo-fascist punks.
Steven Heller looks back at the racist imagery in "Mickey Mouse and the Boy Thursday."
Steven Heller unloads the contents of his personal museum and library — "The Cave."
Steven Heller talks with Basma W. Hamdy, author of the book Walls of Freedom — which was just confiscated by the new Egyptian government.
Steven Heller reviews Kerri P. Steinberg's informative “Jewish Mad Men: Advertising and the Design of the American Jewish Experience.”
Steven Heller takes a look at the ISIS publication Dabiq.
Gone are the days when the Harvard Lampoon and the Yale Record published fake versions of national magazines, like these.
Next week, Christopher Guy’s West Hollywood showroom will host "Six Decades of Graphic Art and Film"—a retrospective of the work of renowned Hollywood graphic designer Arnold Schwartzman.
These vintage chromolitho cards tell a Gilded Age Valentine story of courtship, marriage, conception, birth and its aftermath.
Author/artist Peter Sis has long done underground art for the New York City MTA. Check out his newest work.