Here, we look at five design trends and styles we often see in gig posters with a diverse array of visual results.
Michael Dooley reveals a collection of previously-unseen work by Saul Bass.
Michael Dooley talks with David Mayes and Steve Child about the exhibition "Pushing the Presses" from Typecraft Lithography's Archive Library.
“The Jersey Cream blocks are the oldest pieces we know of in the collection that were made by Hamilton. There is a distinct possibility that we will never be able to print from the original blocks again,” says Jim Moran, Museum Director for the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum. Created more than 120...
Michael Dooley looks at the albums, posters and other promotional materials featured in the visual music culture exhibition Revolutions 2: The Art of Music.
This collection of the World Cup posters gives a bit of history lesson about the tournament and embodies the graphic design trends of the past 84 years.
Armando Milani has curated nearly 200 posters by more than 100 designers from around the world for his new book, "No Words Posters."
The WPA Poster project paid thousands of designers to create posters from 1935-1942. Here is a selection of 92 works, and the story behind the initiative.
Steven Heller talks with Elizabeth Guffey, author of Posters: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2015).
These posters are from the period of Dutch advertising design between the wars, when Holland exhibited as vibrant an advertising culture as the rest of Europe -- and obviously using many of the same graphic idioms as the rest of Europe.