You probably knew that Albrecht Dürer was a great artist—but did you know he was a designer and inventor of the poster too?
These all-American design projects range from book covers to packaging to stamp designs.
Two great New York City awnings—CBGB and Modell—one gone and the other almost gone.
Federico Seneca (1891–1976) was among the most innovative Italian advertising graphic designers.
Swiss designer Dafi Kühne has been boldly breaking the rules of letterpress for years. Check out his latest book True Type.
Recently, Art Chantry reminded me of the delightful printing, paper FX and typographic concoctions of Mo Lebowitz.
In this issue, we dive into the turning tides of typography. Hear from a broad range of voices advocating for classicism vs. flexibility in the type world.
Steven Heller talks with Karen Etingin about Julius Klinger.
What this world needs is a good design archive. Luckily, in 2014 the International Advertising & Design DataBase (IADDB) was founded.
Many social stationery lettering styles have never been digitized and are still found in the Cronite Masterplate library. This article explains Masterplate technology and a little about how the Cronite library came to be.