Production Arts has another important collection for sale. Posters designed by art director and collector of the Russian Avant Garde, David King.
Books are enjoying more than a revival.There was nothing to revive. They never went away. And at New York’s The Center For Book Arts they have been alive, thriving and inventive for a long time. This week, “Look, Look, Look . . . A Playful Book” organized by Elisabeth Lortic opens in their space...
This is the era of design archives. More amerge as Baby Boomer and Gen X designers reach periods of divestiture in their lives. Discover the AIGA Archives.
Paolo Garretto was famous in Italy in the 1920s and 30s for his posters and magazine covers. His work appeared in Fortune, Time, Vogue, and The New Yorker.
It was once said, power is in the hands of the person who owns a printing press. Well, if it’s still true, Michael Russem of Kat Ran Press has been doing good things with his power. He has also helped develop a gallery for graphic design, Katherine Small Gallery in Somerville, Mass., to accompany...
As I lay on my hotel bed listening to the soothing tones of “My Way” by Sinatra and the “Godfather” theme emanating from the Piazza San Minerva in Rome, I have thoughts of Paul Rand. There are not too many books about or artifacts by Paul Rand in Italy, although his seminal Thoughts on...
In part 2 of this mini-series of archival selections from Jeff Roth—the remarkable archivist who runs New York Times morgue where folders filled with clips and photographs are buried—we look at "The Stonewall Disturbance."
Nigel Sielegar, principal of Corse Design Factory NYC, is an Indonesian-born designer with a special interest in promoting design in his native country. Towards this goal he recently published “Collected: Contemporary Graphic Design of Indonesia” co-produced with DGI Press in Jakarta.
The Tolerance Poster Exhibit curated by Mirko Ilic has been seen a whopping 29 times in 18 countries, with three more on the way. See some of the posters here.
The second edition of Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility, edited by Veronique Vienne and Steven Heller, seems more appropriate than ever.