I grew up drinking Orange Crush and hearing my mom tell stories of how it used to come in a distinct brown Crush bottle, supposedly to protect the flavor. But by the time I was a kid, those days were long gone, and their bottles were clear. I was also aware that Orange Crush...
Today, vintage type catalogs, often called "type bibles," are treated with more holy reverence (and used more as reference) than ever.
Poor Old Glory has been a staple of propaganda posters for as long as anyone (well, anyone standing around me at the moment) can recall. American Flag propaganda is having its symbolic moment again, brought back as the object of hatred in anti-American propaganda in a certain small nation dictated by a certain Glorious...
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Barbara Kruger's "Belief+Doubt=Sanity" is a Hirshhorn exhibit still providing relevant and larger-than-life commentary for the current social climate.
Steven Heller talks with Veronica Ettedgui, who has turned her project "LOVE: A Typography Challenge" into a new book.
A magazine living for the vintage life, VINTAGE MAGAZINE specializes in making the new seem old through its old school feel, typography, and take on the magazine format.
Here are three of the most recent artistically exceptional graphic novels for teens and young adults that will fascinate blossoming creative imaginations.
Marilyn Monroe and Hedy Lamarr as you've never seen them in these Life Drawn true-life comic books from Humanoids.