Surrealism has always played a role in graphic design—though it started as a political philosophy with the ideas of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. Here are 7 artists keeping surrealism alive today.
Design exhibition "Designed in California" trace the history of socially-conscious design in California from the 1960s to the present.
WhatTheFont isn't the first of its kind, but it's receiving high praises from the design community.
The Museum of Neon Signs is a tribute to the long-lost Cold War era of pimped-out neon signage that filled the streets of Poland.
Peter Bil’ak discusses art and design as it relates to wanderlust, typography and rethinking the way we approach creative work.
German designer Günther Kieser was the go-to man for psychedelic music posters in the 1960s, from Jimi Hendrix to the Grateful Dead and The Who.
Tokyo graphic designer Kenya Hara is synonymous with the changing face of contemporary Japanese design.
From portraits to paintings, there have been thousands of beautiful postage stamp designs over the past century. Here are a few iconic examples.
Explore the fascinating history of braille, as well as a new future for the design of this vital tool.
Designer and author Daniel Will-Harris comments on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's 2016 election logos that reflect not only their personalities, but the approaches to their campaigns.