Discussing his new book "Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type," Steven Heller reveals the difference between Oooohs and Ahhhs.
De Reclame was Holland's leading advertising-design journal in the 1920s and early '30s.
The Wolfsonian has an exciting new exhibition coming up: "Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age."
The latest font from Louise Fili Ltd, Montecatini, draws inspiration from the elegant Stile Liberty travel posters of Italy in the early 1900s
Though it might sound surprising, attitudes about type revivals are quite polarized. What follows is a brief overview of the inherent debate.
Josef Váchal was a respected Czech painter and designer with a fantastical expressionist sensitivity for emotive illustration and exotic typography.
Pablo Medina discusses his new Brooklyn-inspired typeface, Dekalb.
In the pre-branding days, when the field was called "CI," or "Corporate Identity," the Winter months were Annual Report Season.
When tracing the history of groovy patterns and far-out typography unique to psychedelic design, the Doors of Perception don’t always open onto the 1960s.
Jhumpa Lahiri's reflection on book jackets, "The Clothing of Books," is a gem.