A great deal of brilliant and fascinating automotive design graphics were produced from 1900-1973, as seen in a new volume from Taschen Books.
JT Steiny’s caricatures—especially with their liberal use of nudity, sex, and scatology—are meant to upset, provoke and even outrage.
In light of Seymour Chwast's latest book, Steven Brower tracks iconic antiwar images from the 20th Century.
Michael Dooley talks with the authors of 20 Over 80: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design.
Michael Dooley reveals a collection of previously-unseen work by Saul Bass.
In this interview, VSA Partner's CEO Dana Arnett reveals his progression as a designer and his thoughts on design.
Humbly labeling his upbringing and early adult years as average, Brian Singer’s accomplishments as a designer are anything but. His transition from a shiftless teenager to an bold design leader started during his college years. Let’s dig into his transformative journey from average kid to a design brand manager at Pinterest: A Student with a...
The Oxford rule sounds like article of law, but in reality it is something more mundane: a thick and thin line that sits side by side. Still, this fairly innocuous device has its origins in the earliest printings in recorded history.
Michael Dooley talks to the artists featured in the exhibition "Curiouser and Curiouser," featuring art inspired by Alice in Wonderland.
What began as a routine graphic design exercise turned into metaphysical book cover designs that reflect on prevalent social issues.