The vast number of highly visible projects Rudolph de Harak worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design.
Showcasing Viktor Koen’s phenotypes and obsession with composing images, symbols, and concepts into typography.
In 1942 Leonard Baskin founded the Gehenna Press at Yale. The name is from a line in Milton's Paradise Lost: "And black Gehenna call'd, the type of Hell."
Richard McGuire, artist, illustrator, animator, children’s book and comics author and graphics experimenter, was also a founding member and self-taught bassist of Liquid Liquid, a band dubbed “The Most Important NY Band You’ve Never Heard Of.” A street artist as well, McGuire created the recurring “Ixnae Nix “avatar by applying spray-paint through a hand-made...
A Designed Life re-imagines, re-creates and interprets three Cold War-era traveling displays of American designed and manufactured goods commissioned by the U.S. Department of State that were circulated within West Germany in the early 1950s.
Rudolph De Harak worked closely with the Kaufman Brothers who developed a few of the modern skyscrapers that changed to mood of downtown Manhattan.
Wine labels are a special breed of graphic design with a long history. . . so long I went to the site Bottle Your Brand to find out where the ancestors of these specimens came from.
The Milton Glaser archive at SVA has just gotten rebooted and enhanced: a boon to any and all design researchers, writers and historians.
Marion Bantjes' "I Wonder" was first published in Europe by Thames & Hudson and in the United States by The Monacelli Press in 2010. Eight years later it is republished with a new, lighter, more luminescent cover.
Hamid Rahmanian has dedicated ten years of his creative life to the Iranian classic "Zahhak: The Legend of the Serpent King". Le Monde says "it has all the ingredients of the blackest eastern tale ― palace intrigues, demons, invaders come from a far country."