It is rare that a book of "contemporary" graphic design stays relevant. "The Corporate Search For Visual Identity" is viable and useful even after 50 years.
A little-known magazine from the 1970s is worth a flip-thru as it focused on a subject that we are still urgently wrestling with today: sustainability.
Olivier Kugler makes visual essays with drawings that both touch and inspire. His most recent book is a record of the Syrian refugee displacement.
It's the story of an extra-terrestrial babysitter who mysteriously shows up at the midcentury home of a little boy and girl and does all the things most babysitters do but with a lot of intergalactic pizzazz.
Taiwan-based magazine White Fungus is about to release its 16th issue and features a 50-page interview with Carolee Schneemann, an epic exploration of the world of animal music, plus a Kurt Gottschalk report.
Steven Guarnaccia put his wit where his pen was when he created the anti- anti-stress coloring book titled, "Red Riding Hood's Hood: The Stress-Inducing Coloring Book."
Aguinaldo (Aguìn) Perrone, Italian designer, illustrator artist and professor of history of illustration and advertising at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bari, has done IT again. “IT” being a new book that visually speaks to the history of early 20th century avant garde design while expressing his own distinct interpretation and style (IMG_1786) Over...
Jody LeHeup and Nathan Fox, writer and artist, discuss their collaboration for The Weatherman--plus what the future holds for the comic.
Klaas Verplancke and his BANG! A promotional tabloid showcasing all this designer is capable of in a high-design daily "newspaper."
There may be some people who don’t know about Sara Berman’s Closet. For them and the rest of us who love the story, first, who is Sara Berman?