ARENA 1 Gallery is presenting "A Presidential Rogues Gallery," an exhibition curated by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics.
This point-of-purchase display of a nicely dressed gent sitting by an outdoor table in a modernist chair is the epitome of '30s advertising elegance.
Mark Randall, the founder of World Studio in NYC, Design Ignites Change and SVA's IMPACT!, is also a beekeeper and ice cream entrepreneur.
The first TRUMP to make us laugh was TRUMP magazine—a humor title edited by the satiric genius Harvey Kurtzman.
The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial was among the international pioneering publications of photojournalism and pictorial commentary.
Milton Glaser and Lee Savage's "Mickey Mouse in Vietnam" was but one of many pieces of art that not only protested but showed the price of the war.
Heller shares a design history tool, Arts:Search—a major new journals-based resource for researching the history of 19th- and 20th-century art and design.
Steven Heller talks with collage illustrator Lou Beach, one of the masters of the comic side of this surreal artform.
Psychedelics are usually seen in color. But there was a black-and-white side to the experience represented here in the work of Lee Conklin.
In Nazi Germany (as in other dictatorships) street signs were as much a tool of propaganda as honor.