Walk around the colorful city of Oaxaca for any length of time and you'll come across big murals, bright posters and little doodles everywhere.
These days when we think Russia, we think election tampering, Putin authoritarianism and the future of peace and well-being. As a respite from the tension, there is a certain irony in the admiration for Russian post-revolutionary posters, especially those representing the triumph of the working class designed by Gustav Klutsis. This month !Productive Arts!...
Heller talks to Bonnie Siegler, author of Signs of Resistance: A Visual History of Protest in America (Artisan Books), about her efforts to keep the flames of visual and verbal resistance alive.
One of the most controversial subway posters to hang in NYC was a famously searing portrait of Che Guevara. Starting this week, it will hang in the space that will contain Poster House, a new museum on West 23rd Street in Manhattan, devoted to the art of the poster.
Lincoln Cushing reports on a unique exhibition pairing Cuban and Viet Nam graphics: "A Present Retrospective: The Historical Work of René Mederos and the Contemporary Responses of Artists."
Punk rock meets typography in Mike Joyce's new book "Swissted" and the result is a visual addiction.
Hollywood in Havana is a must-see exhibit where the posters were produced by Cuba’s Film Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry.
If you know the name Mihály Biro at all, you'll be familiar with his most internationally known image: the "Red Man" cover for the newspaper Népszava
Clashes over academic freedom and political correctness in the educational sphere have triggered debates—including this recent one over a poster project.
AMPL!FY is a public art and design initiative that partners an artist or designer with a nonprofit organization to create thought-provoking posters.