Design and politics have had an immense crossover the past decade, and the Design Museum in London is opening a new exhibition on March 28 that taps into this crossover.
Artists who are known for their active participation in design activism, including Garland Kirkpatrick, come together for an exhibit in Seattle.
In Nazi Germany (as in other dictatorships) street signs were as much a tool of propaganda as honor.
Candidates are making their announcements and will soon seek to win the hearts and minds of Americans with their words, actions … and campaign logos.
While everyone is jittery about ISIS, designer Meital Gueta decided to transform its trademark ISIS (Daesh) flag into a Jewish New Year (Rosh Ha'shana) greeting card.
Robbie Conal, infamous street graphics rabble-rouser, was recently broadsided on his home turf by a sneak-attack art exhibition titled "Poster Roast."
China is changing at such a rapid pace, the old socialist realism and patriotic romanticism of the '50s through '80s is receding from memory and practice. Occasionally, I find relics of that past, such as these examples.
Not all satire is created equal. Despite the familiar style of Karikatür's illustrations, this 1930s Turkish satiric journal includes its share of right and left (centrist) humor attacking politicians at home and the evils abroad, as well as fostering false threats and racial enmity.