Steven Heller pays tribute to both the printed PRINT magazine and the decades it contributed so much to so many.
Irwin Chusid has made a mission out of ensuring that the illustrator, painter and designer Jim Flora is not forgotten.
The Blind Man: New York Dada, 1917 brings back the Blind Man magazine in a facsimile reprint packaged in a handsome boxed set.
It has been a rocky road for civil liberty this year. So, are you ready for some good old-fashioned Punk anti-fascist good-tidings? Or at least a reissue of a Punk icon?
These album covers had an aura of faux Modernism with a touch of kitsch and a dab of bad typography—but if you wanted to be a good seller of things, this was the wellspring of inspiration.
Illustration history has long been neglected. That is, until now.
These examples of 1950s Italian design feature both geometric simplicity and optical vivacity.
"All good art is political" is the theme of Galerie St. Etienne's exhibition of the same name featuring Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) and Sue Coe (b. 1951).
Hollywood in Havana is a must-see exhibit where the posters were produced by Cuba’s Film Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry.
Fattobene (Done Well): Italian Everyday Artifacts by Anna Lagorio and Alex Carnevali explores objects that are designed but, in a curious way, undesigned.