The Complete Typographer is an online program that covers the history, geometry, terminology and technique of both handwritten and digital typography.
The exhibition "Get With the Action: Political Posters From the 1960s to Now" highlights the power of applied design and its utility in rallying citizens.
The new publisher Standards Manual has teamed up with Brian Kelley on "NYCTA: Objects": a catalogue that presents an archive of New York’s historic subway.
"Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?" addresses how design communicates messages around the world at a time when healthcare is more critical than ever.
Meet Adolf Hoffmeister (1902–1973), a cartoonist, painter, graphic designer, poet, novelist and former editor of the Czech daily newspaper "Lidové noviny."
Mirko Ilic's poster for a play about Anne Frank was rejected by a design website for featuring a swastika. Steven Heller explains more.
Crazygon #3 pays homage to the brilliant world of vintage Japanese Tokusatsu.
Gallery 98 in Brooklyn is selling copies of the legendary "East Village Eye."
With a new exhibition on the way, Philippe Apeloig shares some insight into his work.
The story of how The Limited Editions Club survived as a book club and publishing house over more than 80 years has not been properly told until now.