That so many people like to wear the jerseys and hats of their favorite teams has little to do with aesthetics, and as Todd Random points out in his book, Winning Ugly: A Visual History of the Most Bizarre Baseball Uniforms Ever Worn (Skyhorse Press), sports uniforms were always a bit odd.
Paul Krassner, one of the most acidic commentators and satirists of the 1960s, published "The Realist" as an alternative to mainstream news.
Meet "Mary Review," a magazine of news and ideas written and produced entirely by women.
Die Pleite (Bankrupt) was a radical, left-wing publication associated with the DADA Berlin movement from 1919–1924.
Steven Heller talks with editor Anna-Marie Crowhurst about her beautiful new publication, The Eighty-Eight.
From time to time, The Daily Heller will publish a series of artefactoids, bits and pieces of cultural design ephemera assembled by various contributors.
Steven Heller reveals what he learned while interviewing legendary illustrator, writer and social advocate Tomi Ungerer.
Explore Henrik Drescher's newest book, China Days: A Visual Journal From China's Wild West (Chronicle Books), which chronicles his almost two decades of discovery living with this wife, Wu Wing Yee in China.
It is always fun to look at the early work of great artists and designers. Here is Seymour Chwast from 1961 when he worked in linocut.
The Catholic Truth Society of Ireland was founded in 1899, its mission to expunge the "scourge of foreign influence, in the form of British and American books, films, magazines and newspapers," wrote Naill McCormack, editor of Vintage Values: Classic Pamphlet Cover Design From Twentieth-Century Ireland and author of Vintage Irish Book Covers blog. I...