The Comics Journal is back in print with an in-depth interview with Tomi Ungerer, legendary French author, cartoonist, illustrator.
Barbara Kruger's "Belief+Doubt=Sanity" is a Hirshhorn exhibit still providing relevant and larger-than-life commentary for the current social climate.
American culture relishes guns, violent movies, and video games that “dull our sensibility to human suffering,” says designer and artist Dirk Hagner creator of the “Disasters of War” (#Belli Clades) project. . “Sometimes the anticipation of something horrid about to happen can be just as bad or worse than the real event. We all...
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.
Mohammad Sharaf, a designer in Kuwait, recently created a public art piece reflecting the country's censorship with a "cemetery of banned books."
The Burnt matchbox collection from Primativ Print currently features 60 packs, in direct proportion with the so-called achievements of the political class.
We consider the impact of political graphic design in the light of the midterm elections. How does or can design play a part in the political system?
Way back in the 20th Century, back before one small, viral meme could have more impact and influence than tons of Times op-eds, newspapers still mattered. But it was also a time of severely limited access to communication outlets. As A.J. Liebling noted: “Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own...
This possibly pataphysical interview with the actual Adrian Wilson, phantom street artist and stealth visual commentator, may or may not have happened within the past week.
The politics of America impact political art and design. Today's is a bizarro world? Today's political designs reflect just that.