Steven Heller talks with Janet Borgerson, co-author of the new book "Designed for Hi-Fi Living: The Vinyl LP In Midcentury America."
Leandro Castelao and Francisco Roca wrote a new book about the design work of Juan Ángel Cotta. Steven Heller, who wrote the book's foreward, dives in.
Steven Heller evaluates the vintage design of a yearbook from Evander Childs High School in 1936. He shows us shots of the book's Bauhaus sentiment.
Author Jan Middendorp decided to self-publish a near-identical reprint of "Dutch Type," a wildly popular (and rather expensive) graphic design book.
Punk's image is anything but ambiguous. Johan Kugelberg says it best in his book The Art of Punk, co-authored with Jon Savage, “The history of the punk aesthetic cannot be told, only shown.”
The Mr. ZIP illustration appeared in many PSAs urging postal customers to use the five-digit ZIP Code that was initiated on July 1, 1963.
How did Helvetica become the typographic celebrity that it is today… and why didn’t Univers land the role instead? In this piece from Print's Spring 2016 Issue, Paul Shaw takes us on a guided tour through type history.
Steven Heller shares a 1926 article from The Inland Printer by N.J Werner, arguably the first time New Typography was discussed in the United States.
These vintage advertisements found in a Dutch trade magazine, published around 1949, are striking and offer a sneak peek into today's ad aesthetic
In 1964, the Guggenheim held a retrospective of Alexander Calder, lauded as a crowd-pleaser. Steven Heller takes a look at the circus spectacle.