Ksenya Samarskaya runs her own Brooklyn design studio, Samarskaya & Partners, producing branding campaigns and custom type design for global clients.
Given the recent resurgence in the popularity of Orwell's classic, these 1984 book covers illustrate the way the novel has been perceived over time.
Steven Heller shows how the Nazis took over printing presses in Germany and tightly controlled the media.
Inspired in equal parts by 19th century woodtype and Adrian Frutiger’s Swiss styling, Sharp Type Co’s Sharp Grotesk offers vast design flexibility.
Steven Heller talks with Eric Holzenberg about his new exhibition “For Art’s Sake: The Aesthetic Movement in Print & Beyond” at the Grolier Club of New York.
These vintage hand-drawn beer labels show a level of craft and precision we do not see too often today.
Paper vendors produced some stylish catalogues and sample books during the 20th century, but few matched the bravura of Papiermolen.
Meghdad Asadi Lari details his new work of calligraphic animation, "Simorgh."
Photo-Lettering catalogs, like this one from the early 1960s, are a source of reinvigorated vintage type design that cannot help but bring a smile to the eye.
Steven Heller looks at the logo for Richard Spencer's white nationalist movement.