A dusty basement yields gems in the form of old Hebrew typeface letters that have invigorated an artist's typography projects.
Zenit (Zenith) was the most important avant-garde magazine published in the former Yugoslavia and one of the most significant publications of the European avant-garde movement of the early 20th century.
What do you get when you put Santa's sleigh in the hands of young and creative designers? Much, much eye candy for the holiday season.
Today we are showing one of the last works designed by Ladislav Sutnar (photographs by Jiri Jenicek and Karel Hajek) before departing his homeland during pre-world war Czechoslovakia.
Steven Heller pleads sweetly...that you buy his books! Tons to choose from, design lovers. Be Steven's Santa this holiday season!
The depiction of the Lone Ranger's "faithful" companion Tonto is ambiguously comforting, looking chiseled, heroic and only a tad-bit ethnic.
Crazy Competitions: 100 Weird and Wonderful Rituals from Around the World by Nigel Holmes is different. Maybe different from any book you’ve ever seen.
The Goldsholl Studio of Chicago, a hotbed of ingenious American design, is given its due in an upcoming show of its ground-breaking offerings.
Explore over 1,000 catalogued, imaged items, such as work from our major collections, type ephemera and more in the Letterform Archive.
2019 marks the centenary of the Bauhaus. So its time to start marketing designs inspired by the avant garde. To celebrate, MuralsWallpaper have designed a signature new collection that references "classic Bauhaus shapes and colors, scaled up as murals in a modern interpretation of the movement."