Steve Matteson, Creative Type Director for Monotype, explores the most significant change in the evolution of typography since Gutenberg: Type 3.0.
Steven Heller looks back at a 20s-era triptych for Hollywood Glo and wonders if today's drug-store displays will have the same charm 100 years from now.
Steven Heller indulges his love of illustrated quotation books by cracking open 1948's "From Art to Zoo."
Steven Heller takes a look at the inspiring design of his mom's 1936 high school yearbook.
Print takes a look at 16 gorgeous pieces by 2015 Regional Design Annual judge Louise Fili.
Steven Heller goes in depth with Area of Practice's Kevin Brainard about the redesign of Consumer Reports.
Abstract, expressive and pun-based advertising typography from 1957 had such an unpretentious eloquence that it is easily the best example of type as art.
Highly respected type-design aficionados say we should all be watching these type designers. Read the February issue of Print for nine more.
Scott-Martin Kosofsky creates specific type for each project he works on, which has resulted in successful design for many years.
Print explores the 1964 typography-focused issue art-directed by Aaron Burns, revealing pieces by Paul Rand, Herb Lubalin, Jan Tschichold and more.