"Futura. Die Schrift." is an exceptional exhibition and catalog at the Gutenberg Museum in Germany.
The so-called Legibility Wars occurred in the 80s and 90s, defined by stark divisions between young anti-Modernists and established followers of Modernism.
Designer of the Week Ashley Batton is an in-house designer at a fashion startup in San Francisco, as well as a letterer with a love for calligraphy designs.
As we gear up for today's Typography & Lettering Awards deadline, we're celebrating by pulling together our most popular lettering and typography articles.
Steven Heller savors a photo-typographic 1987 promotion for Productolith, Consolidated's enamel offset printing paper.
Lindsay Schmittle is combining her love of hiking with her love of letterpress and producing 22 prints based on her upcoming Appalachian Trail thru-hike.
In anticipation of the 2016 Typography & Lettering Awards, explore these remarkable typographic design projects.
This Jonestown pamphlet is an eerie reminder that graphic design can always be a weapon of mass delusion.
Here are 21 lettering and typographically driven rock posters from Mitch Putnam's new collection, "OMG Posters."
I've long been fond of Streamline Modernism—the marriage of speed, kinetics, machines and the Avant Garde that manifests in trains, boats, planes and cars.