Artists who are known for their active participation in design activism, including Garland Kirkpatrick, come together for an exhibit in Seattle.
Following the horrific events in Charlottesville, VA, designers and illustrators take a stand using political art as statements against hatred.
Steven Brower is feeling a bit nostaglic.
Take a look at some of Designer of the Week Owen LaMay's alternative film posters, in which he strives to mimic the eye of the director.
Meet Juan Frias and Fede Moreno—the creative minds behind Plants of Posters, a sustainable design project looking to make cities a little greener.
In honor of both the 2017 Oscars and the recent 30th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s death, the design team at Shutterstock created a great series of Oscar movie posters inspired by famous pop artists including Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Idelle Weber and more.
Enrico Prampolini was an Italian Futurist painter, sculptor and stage designer—who regrettably had ties to Mussolini-era fascism.
When renowned artist Yuko Shimizu first envisioned her three subway posters for SVA in 2016, little did she realize how prescient they would be, considering recent events.
German designer Günther Kieser was the go-to man for psychedelic music posters in the 1960s, from Jimi Hendrix to the Grateful Dead and The Who.
Eric Karnes, founder of the one-man Karnes Poster Company, discusses how he creates his work—with tools including paper, camera, flatbed scanner, x-acto blades and scotch tape.