Albert Schiller, a master in the art of printing ornament, is known for his "Type Pictures," employing type case ornaments to create decorative vignettes.
In the '70s, tight type closely nestled together was the way. Steven Heller revisits this close kerning in "Tyght Type" and still believes in snug type.
Prolific cartoonist George Booth has been drawing cartoons for The New Yorker, and for the Everyman, for years, with his signature quirks and characters.
Batman through the years has undergone dramatic changes in costume and character. We take a look at what's changed and when.
By Guest Contributor Tim Newcomb There was a time when the young Brooklyn-based designer Eric Friedensohn — also dubbed Efdot — wanted to build a little niche in lettering and typography. But he soon realized trying his design hand at different efforts interested him, soon becoming known as a muralist, especially with his current...
Steven Heller presents sheet music published in Italy during the fin de siecle in the Art Nouveau style, noting its type and motif is typical for the era.
Richard Müller, artist and German visionary, produced work that straddled the bizarre, the occult, and the everyday and interacted with Nazi Germany.
The dream of the 80s is alive in graphic design. Bringing bold duotones, clashing patterns, and zine sensibilities, 80s design is making moves.
The origins of art deco, art moderne emerged as a worldwide phenomenon still evident today in design and architecture, both new and old. Steven Heller explores some architectural takes on this design style.
FuckJerry's founder Elliot Tebele steals content from Internet creators and makes ads. Vulture writer and Twitter wiz Megh Wright tell us why that sucks and how we can fight back.