Stefanie Boyce is an artist. “To Know Me Is To Love Me” is her joyful story of making art. A new film by Nicolas Heller. World Premiere on Friday night (tonight) 7/19 at Muddguts Art Store, Brooklyn, NY: Join the celebration.
During the 19th century an increase of printed materials fostered the rise in trade magazines. The content centered on information for the craft and profession. The Inland Printer was created in October 1883 “as a local trade magazine for the booming mid-western printing industry,” states an website entry for the Rockwell Center For American...
Cardboard point of purchase (POP) displays are commercial sculptures. Perhaps not as masterful as a Bernini or Rodin yet when constructed well, they move you to think, look and buy. A lot goes into a cardboard display, its not just cut and paste. The art and craft require more than a modicum of skill...
Bernardo Bagulho is an exceptional young Illustrator and designer from Évora, Portugal, a stone town between the capital, Lisbon, and Spain frontier. It’s usually a quiet place surrounded by nature and megalithic monuments — this has been an influence. He started making posters for the indie cinema sessions in my hometown and when he...
We the Women is a poster collective with a focus on supporting the rights of women in the U.S. Steven Heller shows some of their latest collection.
Mid-century modernist pioneer and legend George Tscherny turns 95 in July. Steven Heller takes a look at his background and his archives.
D.B. Dowd publishes the illustrated journal Spartan Holiday, a non-fiction serial tracking his travels. Steven Heller talks traveling and drawing.
Ezio d'Errico was an Italian artist, playwright, and painter, whose work and life has remained largely unexplored. Steven Heller tells us what he knows.
Paolo Garretto is an Italian designer, caricaturist, designer, and frequent corresponder of Steven Heller. Heller shares an excerpt of their letters.
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.