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.
If you’re wondering what inspiration you can soak up with graphic design, it’s worth checking out the Taschen book, The History of Graphic Design Volume 2.
Before Hilly Kristal opened the legendary CBGB & OMFUG, he was a music maven and failed bar owner, and one of those failed bars is where this tale begins.
The vast number of highly visible projects Rudolph de Harak worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design.
The influence of African American designers in Chicago is showcased in a new exhibition featuring more than 50 works of art and design.
To commemorate Kristallnacht, a dark chapter in history, the Leo Baeck Institute worked with C&G Partners to develop “1938 Projekt: Posts from the Past."
Where would we be without shoes? My uncle Harry thought shoes were the greatest thing to happen to the world next to the invention of socks.
One of the fresh design history magazines, Commercial Article, promises to expand the canon and your appreciation of all forms of design. I wrote about it a year ago, but it is worth another plug. Edited by Jon and James Sholly Commercial Article records the design legacy of Indiana. Yes Indiana! Through a series...
This magazine titled Go in English is an abstract strategy board game - like Japanese chess for lack of a better analogy - for two players. The design of the covers are created in an art deco style common in Japan prior to World War II. The advertisements are, likewise, representative of this international...