Nora Guthrie discusses the amazing legacy of her father—and the new book “Woody Guthrie: Songs and Art, Words and Wisdom.”
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Mikkeller’s Side Eyes pale ale features cartoon-like illustrations that are not conceptually dissimilar from another cartoon mascot of yore.
The Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas has mounted the penultimate Paula Scher exhibition.
Steven Heller reflects on the 1982 exhibition and catalog “Great Illustrators of Our Time.”
“Mexico: The Land of Charm” proves that the country is a world capital of graphic exuberance.
Niceties were never important to Bob Gill, who died last week at 90. Solutions were.
A feature documentary about underground comix author and artists, “Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez,” is set to premiere at the 2021 DOC NYC Film Festival.
“Up Against The Wall” is a chronicle of the University of Rochester’s collection of AIDS education posters that served as the first line of offense in the battle for awareness.
From “Citizen Kern” to “Back to the Futura,” Adrian Wilson takes us on a pun-fueled typographic tour of cinema history.
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